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Robert Ivy A Man with Great Communication Skills

Since he started his career as the principal-dean/Ivy publications in 1981, Robert Ivy has been a hallmark of success. Regarding achievements and awards, he is one of the most shining Editors, Publisher, and practicing architect. The graduate in Bachelors of Arts in English and masters in architecture, Robert Ivy combines …

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Robert Ivy receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Robert Ivy, the CEO and Executive VP of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), has been presented with the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters, or MIAL. The Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award is only earned by living artists and Patrons. They are …

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Robert Ivy Is A Groundbreaking Architect

Robert Ivy is one of the most celebrated architects in the world. He is known internationally for his ability to shed light on the art form of architecture in a different way. Ivy has been able to use his talents to help a diverse audience of people understand his world. …

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The Accomplishments Of Robert Ivy, AIA President

Robert Ivy is an experienced architect who is taking the industry by storm.Currently, Robert is serving as the executive vice president and chief executive officer of a professional group that is called American Institutive of Architects. The businessman has been holding this position since 2011, and he has been dedicated …

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American Institute of Architects: Building a Stronger Nation

The American Institute of Architects is an American professional organization which monitors professional architects who are practicing in the United States. The organization was formed in 1875, and it is known as one of the oldest organizations in the country. The American Institute of Architects was created when a group …

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The Foundation and Glory of the American Institute of Architects

Nothing is more demoralized that being in a profession that is belittle or not well align to deserve a caliber ranking. This is how the architectural profession was in the 19th Century and there before. However, a group of 13 architects saw the need to make the profession have value …