Joel Ives, AIA is the architect of record on more than 2000 projects of every building type from coast to coast. His experience includes design, management, planning, scheduling, quality control and, presenting projects for approval before Zoning and Planning Boards. Mr. Ives is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and has won the Director’s Award of the Architect’s League of Northern New Jersey on three occasions. He was also given the honor of “Architect of the Year” by the Architect’s League.  Mr. Ives has served as an “Expert Witness” in cases regarding building failures and has been selected as a judge in national design competitions.  In 2006, Mr. Ives was honored with a Historic Preservation Commendation Award for his work at the Radburn Building in Fair Lawn, NJ.  He won three design awards presented by the New York Construction News. One project was for a The Sound Aquaculture School in Connecticut.  The second was for his involvement at the World Trade Center site and the third was for his work at the Jamaica Rail Station.  He has worked with the Port of Authority of New York and New Jersey on a number of security projects.  Mr. Ives founded The Ives Group,  Architect/Planners in 1979.  He was the senior partner of the IS&L Architecture Studio. He is the “Associate Architect” of the Temporary Rail Station at “Ground Zero” in New York City. Mr. Ives was presented awards from Bergen County, The State of New Jersey and the Federal Government for his work on restoring the historic Radburn Building.  Recently, his firm The Ives Architecture Studio returned to the historic Radburn Building.

Bachelor of Science in Architecture
CCNY School of Architecture, NY

Bachelor of Architecture, 1967

Harvard University, Graduate School of Design – Country Club Design

Registered Architect of NJ, NY, CO, FL, OH, PA, WA, VT
NCARB certificate holder
Professional Planner : NJ
AIA Member

American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Fair Lawn Chamber of Commerce
The Architect’s League of Northern New Jersey
Knights of Pythias
National Historic Trust
New Jersey Society of Architects (NJAIA) 

C.C.N.Y Alumni Association

Joel Ives