The firm has gained recognition over the years with both commercial and residential projects always maintaining a classical design aesthetic with a modern program. Awards include:

Bermudian Building Design Awards

20th Annual - Honourable Mention 2014 for “Rosemount”
19th Annual - Honourable Mention 2013 for “Fairholme”
19th Annual - Runner-Up Residential 2013 for “Catlin Mews”
18th Annual - Commercial Winner 2012 for Offices of Marshall Diel & Myers
17th Annual  - Residential Winner 2011 for “Ilios” a Greek design home in Tucker’s Town
16th Annual  - Residential Winner 2010 for “Pine Hill” in Paget
13th Annual - Runner-Up Residential Winner 2006 for “Nautilus”
9th Annual - Runner-Up Residential Winner 2002 for “Burnt House”
8th Annual - Residential Design Winner 2001 for “Tideway”
7th Annual - Residential Winner 2000 for “Rosehill”
6th Annual  - Benevides & Associates swept the board in 1999 by Winning the Domestic Award for “Stentaway”
6th Annual   - Runner-Up Domestic for “Blue Skies
6th Annual   - Honourable Mention Domestic for “The Gables”
6th Annual   - Honourable mention for landscape Design for “Cedarhurst”
5th Annual – Honourable Mention in 1998 for Hart Residence in Smith’s Parish
4th Annual – Residential Runner-Up (Renovation) in 1997 for “But’n’Ben” in Tucker’s Town
3rd Annual – Runner-Up in 1996 for “Olive Hill” on Pitts Bay Road, in Pembroke

Bermudian Interior Design Awards

2004 Runner-up for “Pink Chimneys”

The National Trust Awards

1999 for the sensitive renovation of Old Devonshire Post Office
1998 for adhering faithfully to the proportions and detailing of the original house designed by Wil Onions in the renovation of “But ’n’ Ben”
2002 Architectural Award for the City of Hamilton’s Sewage Pumping station on Front Street, Hamilton
2006 Architecture Award for “Nautilus”