Bond?, Max Bond?

Since when did architecture Max Bond, of Davis Brody Bond get above-the-line billing on the design of the World Trade Center Memorial?
From the earliest beginnings of the WTC redevelopment and memorial design process, there’s been a dissonant gap between the public theater and the actual, invisible strategizing and decisionmaking. Like Japanese bunraku, where the puppeteers are in full view, but the audience is transfixed by the controlled movements of the marionettes.
Some day–but not yet, because it’s still going on–there’ll be an eye-opening saga on the scale of Robert Caro’s The Power Broker to come out of the WTC.
And Bond Makes Three at the WTC [curbed, and miss representation]