University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, "Roberts Construction Prize"
Top Graduating Civil Engineer

Elected as a Member of Sigma Xi
Stanford, California
American Society of Civil Engineers “Walter S. Huber Research Prize”
“for his research on the application of risk analysis and decision theory to the more rational development of contractual relationships and contract terms on major public works projects.”
Engineering News Record (ENR) “Marksman Award”
Cited by Engineering News-Record as “one of those who made his mark in the construction industry during 1984 helping to make civil engineering students and practitioners more computer-literate.”
National Safe Workplace Institute “1987 Commitment to Life Award”
“in recognition of a distinguished contribution to the safety and health of the nation’s work force. Professor Levitt has provided outstanding leadership in making workplace safety a priority in construction management.”
ASCE: “Computing in Civil Engineering Award”
American Society of Civil Engineers “for his contributions in the area of artificial intelligence techniques, providing new kinds of computing capabilities for engineers and managers in the construction industries.”
School of Engineering, Stanford University, Dean’s Award for Industry Education Innovation
“for outstanding teaching and exemplary leadership and service in industry education through the Stanford Advanced Project Management Program.”
Association for Continuing Higher Education, The Stanford Advanced Project Management Program (SAPM), for which Dr. Levitt serves as Academic Director, received the 2005 Distinguished Non-Credit Program Award for "its unique delivery system, its innovations in topics, content and program design, and its success in accomplishing set goals, garnering positive student evaluations, and meeting financial metrics. "
ASCE: “Peurifoy Construction Research Award”
American Society of Civil Engineers “for leadership in construction research and global contribution to construction education and the advancement of the construction industry.”
ASCE: “Elected Distinguished Member”
American Society of Civil Engineers “Raymond E. Levitt, Ph,D., Dist.M.ASCE has achieved eminence in construction engineering and management research and for developing new theory, methods, and tools to design optimal work processes and organizational configurations for highly concurrent (“fast-track”) facility and product development teams.
Engineering Project Organization Society: "Pathfinder Award"
‘Awarded to Raymond E. Levitt for his pathbreaking research applying theories of organizations, economics and artificial intelligence to the design of more optimal organizations for projects and project-based enterprises.”
Keynote Speaker, PMI 2012 Research Conference, Limerick, Ireland.
Presented keynote lecture on "Toward Project Managment 2.0" at PMI annual reseaech conference in Limerick Ireland, July, 2012.

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