Awards
I have worked with many talented people and these recognitions
represent both team and personal achievements.
January 2014   Certificate of Appreciation
buildingSMART alliance/National Institute of Building Science

 
For contributions to the National BIM Standard-US, Version Three (NBIMS-US V3) Project Committee and efforts specifically as Chair of the NBIMS-US V3 Nominating Committee.

Dana Smith, FAIA, Executive Director, buildingSMART alliance
Chris Moore, Chair, NBIMS-US V3

March 2013   Founders Award
Bentley Systems

   
The Founders Award is presented by the Bentley brothers that founded Bentley Systems, Inc. in recognition of a colleagues continuous contribution to advancing the technology innovation and business success of the company.
 
 
 

July 2008   US Army Engineer Regiment  Challenge Coin
USACE

 
Major General Merdith W. B. (Bo) Temple, Deputy Commanding General, Military and International Operations, Director of Military Programs, Headquarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, awarded to Bentley Systems the Engineer Regiment Challenge Coin. Andy's responsibility was project manager for Bentley's team to successfully complete the Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBIE) demonstration which stressed the importance of performance based, open standards for information exchange among all industry stakeholders.

January 2007   Bentley Software Most Valuable Colleague
Bentley Systems

 
Andy's contribution to Bentley Building has been outstanding; his knowledge, leadership, and work significantly added to our success in 2006.  His work with the (GSA) General Services Administration and the (IFC) Industry Foundation Classes standards, his tireless support for the sales organization on last minute presentations and travel were above and beyond his standard duties.  To achieve an excellent results with airports he developed outstanding marketing materials working with Corporate Marketing.  He reached out to the other verticals as their products are included in this Airport solution. - Brad Workman, Vice President Bentley Building.

January 2002   Corporate Achievement Award
Bentley Systems

 
Extremely dedicated and loyal Bentley employee who demonstrates an "above and beyond the call" attitude every single day. He is universally appreciated by both users and staff. His communication skills are excellent. As a remote employee, Andy has become a master at serving remote territories and remote staff, and yet there are few people, staff or users, that don't think Andy is right around the corner, no matter where they are. Details are important to our business and details are a particular specialty of Andy's. from making sure our users are invoiced correctly, to persistently pursuing solutions to compensation issues for his team, Andy has an amazing ability to make everyone's problems his number one priority and perhaps most intriguing of all, Andy does everything with a happy-go-lucky smile. - Les Postnikoff, Global Vice President Professional Services.

December 1999   Corporate Achievement Award
Bentley Systems

 
Deserving of the Corporate Achievement Award because of his tireless efforts to assist end users' consulting needs as a Project Manager. He has contributed significantly to Bentley's success in numerous accounts. His major Bentley achievements in the last year include organizing and leading the Model Engineering product benchmark that resulted in increased efforts to integrate all MEBG products and to focus attention to the need for integration testing before encountering the unknowns at the end users site; managing the NBBJ companywide rollout of MicroStation TriForma; managing a major customization opportunity with Urban Data Solutions in the integration and customization of TriForma and MicroStation for line of site analysis for the telecommunications industry. - Ed Reynolds, Global Vice President Technical Support.

May 2000   Young Architect Award
AIA National

 
In practice for less than a decade, on the cutting edge of technology, he translates complex computer technology into practical uses for the architect, educating architects nationwide and bridging the gap between technology and its successful use in practice.
 
 
 
 
 

December 1998   Service to the Profession
AIA - Atlanta Chapter

 
For his leadership, enthusiasm and dedication to serving the members of AIA Atlanta through the constant pursuit of increased member benefits.
 
 
 
 

October 1997   Bronze Medal
AIA - Georgia Association

 
In recognition of extraordinary service to AIA Georgia and its members for support of staff operations, development of office information systems and for establishing the AIA Georgia web site for statewide communications.
 
 
 

December 1996   Service to the Profession
AIA - Atlanta Chaper
 
For his tireless efforts and his commitment to excellence in professional education through the development of member continuing education programs for the Atlanta Chapter in 1996.

November 1996   Certificate of Appreciation
AIA - Georgia Association
 
Certification of appreciation for developing a structure for statewide continuing education program for AIA Georgia.

December 1995   Service to the Profession
AIA - Atlanta Chapter
 
Publicity Chair 1995 AIA National Convention. For development of the promotional video used to announce and promote the 1995 National Convention hosted by AIA Atlanta.

January 1994   Service to the Profession
AIA - Atlanta Chapter
 
For significant contributions to the Atlanta Chapter and the profession of architecture through continual pursuit to promote awareness and creative use of computer technologies.

December 1992   Service to the Profession
AIA - Atlanta Chapter
 
For leadership and commitment to providing the technological support for the Regional/Urban Design Assistance Team. For leading the technical team in creating an advanced, computerized production system as a basis for the R/UDAT planning and design work. Because of dedication and tireless efforts, the profession has been elevated and his work will continue to enhance the Chapter, the profession of architecture and the City of Atlanta.

March 1984   Tau Sigma Delta
Georgia Institute of Technology
 
Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts, does hereby certify that Andrew Travis Smith was initiated into the Fraternity by the Rho Chapter of the Georgia Institute of Technology.  In witness whereof this certificate is given by the Grand Chapter Tau Sigma Delta.