Robert Ivy: Congratulations

Awards are given to those of us who have done outstanding things. The Lifetime Achievement Award is one of those prestigious awards that a person can receive ever. There is an elite group of people who have received this award, but it is not easy to get or to be eligible for. the American Institute of Architects is nominating Robert Ivey to receive this award. More specifically, he’s been worth the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and letters. this is special because this is the first time an architect has received the polka Ward.

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Robert Ivy in receiving this award because of his extensive work and Creations. The Arts in English and is very knowledgeable about his chosen subject. He has been CEO of AIA since 2011, he is an editor, architect, and it author. He wrote the biography entitled Fay Jones an architect was published in 2001 and has been so well received that it has multiple additions. this book is about the work of Frank Lloyd Wright who was an American architect. During his tenure as an editor-in-chief Act McGraw-Hill’s architectural record became the most distributed architectural Journal worldwide. Robert Ivy Lead McGraw-Hill’s Construction and design media teams during expansion into China, and he made Mandarin Chinese version of architectural record. Robert Ivy Has received other Awards as well like one from the fraternity Alpha Rho Chi as Master Architect for his communicating the value of design and architecture.

Overall Robert Ivy has extensive work and knowledge that sets him apart as a person that definitely deserves the Lifetime Achievement Award. His dedication architecture and the matters surrounding it have changed the world and how people view it. He is being backed up by the whole city of Mississippi and everyone is in agreement that he deserves this. Congratulations to this great man Robert Ivy.

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