American Institute of Architects Progress

     The American Institute of Architects is a successful company that provides education in the areas of government support, community rebuilding, and public engagement. The American Institute of Architects aims to help build the image that architecture currently has into something more significant. There are over 90,000 people that are dedicated members of the American Institute of Architects they are loyal to the standard and quality of work that the AIAI provides. They are located in Washington, D.C. The American Institute of Architects was started in 1857 by 13 knowledgeable architects. Robert Ivy is currently the Chief Executive Officer and President of the American Institute of Architects.

Robert Ivy, a very respected member of the American Institute of Architects, was appointed to be the Executive Vice President/ Chief Executive Officer. On the first day of February 2011, his duties were made active. Robert Ivy is known by many people within the architecture world. He was made a part of the College of Fellows in 1993 and the Editor in Chief of Architectural Record from 1996 until they named him the new Executive Vice President/ Chief Executive Officer. He is also on the editorial management team for McGraw-Hill Construction. He has received many awards for his popular work in the architecture field.

He is dedicated to making the issues that affect the architectural vicinity. Problems that are social, political, and environmental do not pass them by they are also affected by the issues that everyone else faces. He aims to make the architects work environment one that allows them to grow in the area of their choice steadily. The architecture community has no problem trusting him because he has held positions at the American Institute of Architects for almost a score.

The American Institute of Architects announced that Robert Ivy was the new Executive Vice President/ Chief Executive Officer in 2010. They were very excited to have him joining the team in such a high position. They trusted him because he has excellent skills as an architect and as a leader. His leadership skills and his skills as an architect made he a phenomenal fit for the team. He also backs his architect and leadership skills with education. He has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Tennessee and a Masters in Architecture from Tulane University, Louisiana.

George Miller expressed his excitement to have Robert join the team. His great belief in Robert Ivy’s abilities to make the American Institute of Architects better that it is and to take it far than they have ever been. He feels that they are in incredible, capable hands concerning the hard work, dedication, and commitment that Robert Ivy attaches to his work.

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