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The excellent, leading and growing companies in the industry can’t afford to deliver inferior products. They are expected to be excellent. Their services have to be superb, high caliber and meet customer expectations. They also have to be consistent and sustainable. Clearly, not many companies are able to do this. Not many of them are led by hardworking CEOs that do their best to grow the brand. Fortunately, Aloha Construction is an exception. Aloha Construction deviates from the crowd and stands out because of its secret component: it is being led by a family. Family-owned companies tend to succeed because of stronger ties, and the fact that Aloha Construction has been here since 2008 is an indicator of why this fact is true.

It may also be said here that Aloha Construction would probably not get the success that it has without Dave Farbaky as its founder. He is the man responsible for growing the company both in Illinois and Greater Chicago Area. He’s also the man who has made Aloha as a household name in the field of construction. His leadership has also made sure that Aloha would attract the support of many industry leaders today.

One of the key industry leaders in the media that have shown their support for Aloha would have to be Dan Bernstein, the man behind the Boers and Bernstein Show and who is the Best Sports Talker in Chicago Magazine. It may even be safe to say that Bernstein is Chicago’s only three-category winner of the Best Radio Talk Show award in Chicago. And the fact that he now endorses Aloha means that his construction company is indeed doing an incredible job in attracting quality supporters.

Aloha Construction has also offered help to many social development programs through the help of its founder and people like Bernstein. They have supported the Camp One Step program that helps children get quality education. They also have partnered with Illinois State University’s Athletics Department to improve the wellbeing of students.

It should also be noted here that Aloha is a winner of the BBB Torch Award in 2017. This award is such a quality seal that stamps Aloha with the kind of reputation it needs to build stronger relations in the business.

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Robert Ivy will be getting the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award for architects, which will be the greatest achievement for any professional in his field. Robert Ivy is both the Chief Executive Officer of the American Institute of Architects and is also the Executive VP as well. The honor will be gifted by a non-profit group, the “Mississippi Institute of Letters and Artists”, and it is impressive that Robret is the very first architect to achieve the honor, compared to people in other fields. For example, in 2007 the MIAL award honoree was none other than the famous Morgan Freeman.

Carl Elefante, the president of the American Institute of Architects, stated “As the CEO of AIA since 2011, and as an author, editor and practicing architect, Robert Ivy is a worthy ambassador for our profession. This award comes as a crowning personal and professional achievement for him as a native of Mississippi.”

Ivy isn’t a stranger to honors, of course. Robert Ivy has already joined the likes of popular architects like I. M. Pei, who is the man that came up with the famed glass pyramid structure at the Louvre in Paris (made more well known by the film “The DaVinci Code”). Moreover for Ivy, the man was initiated as a member of the architecture fraternity called Alpha Rho Chi, where he became the sole architect to achieve this honor within the 21st century. And what’s more is that he achieved a Dean’s Medal at the University of Arkansas for his success early on, when attending his undergraduate there.

Ivy eventually got his Master’s degree from Tulane University, and in 1996 Ivy was the chief editor for a famous architecture magazine, “Architectural Record”. Ivy also finished apprenticing under the famous Frank Lloyd Wright, where afterwards in ‘09 he was lauded with the Crain Award, which is the highest award one can achieve in the media industry.

On top of all of this, the president of Mississippi Institute of Artists and Letters (Nancy LaForge) once stated of Ivy, “When it comes to making architecture more accessible to the general public, there’s really no one else from Mississippi like Robert Ivy.”

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