November 17, 2015

SlenderWall Precast Panels Take Center Stage on Three Hotel Projects in New Jersey and Ohio

Midland, VA – What do the new Hyatt House in Jersey City, N.J., the Holiday Inn Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Oh., and the Embassy Suites in Berkeley Heights, N.J. all have in common? All currently under construction, each of these projects incorporates SlenderWall architectural precast concrete building panels.

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April 23, 2015

Johns Hopkins facility receives American Concrete Institute Award

Their choice of SlenderWall® from Smith-Midland Precast plays an important role in the successful reconstruction of a critical 1970’s medical facility. Announced on April 16th, 2015, The Nelson/Harvey Building has been recognized as an ACI Excellence award winner.

Midland, VA – Smith-Midland Corporation (OTCQB: SMID) – Johns Hopkins Hospital operates a dense, urban medical campus in Baltimore with an outsize global reputation. Nestled amid the pioneering clinical and research facilities is the Nelson-Harvey Building, a 1970s-era modernist structure with narrow ribbon windows and long expanses of brick colored to match the nearby Halstead Building and the 1880s Billings Building, a campus landmark with its classic dome. After opening a major new facility next door, the Zayed Bloomberg complex, the hospital began renovating existing facilities on its East Baltimore campus. The nine-story Nelson-Harvey was next on the list.

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January 23, 2015

Montreal's Griffix: SlenderWall Makes a Clean, Contemporary Mark for Expanding Skyline

Urban revitalization is a major trend throughout North America, and although each individual development brings its own specific obstacles, certain challenges are more universal. How can a new building respect the past of the existing neighborhood while also looking to the future? How can it be constructed with the newest green building technologies and the most desired amenities at a reasonable cost? With the aid of SlenderWall, the Griffix condominium project in Montreal offers a compelling answer to these increasingly pertinent questions.

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October 27, 2014

SlenderWall Meets Demanding 2012 IECC Thermal Requirements

Recently, fabricated SlenderWall panels completed a series of rigorous ASTM C1363-11, Thermal Performance using a Hot Box, tests. The objective of this test program was to investigate how standard SlenderWall panels could meet the 2012 IECC thermal performance requirements for all climatic zones within the United States and parts of Canada A series of tests were performed on SlenderWall panels containing varying depths of different closed cell foam insulations and gap "spacings" (the gap between the precast concrete exterior skin and the steel stud frame). These separate tests provided the foundation for developing a methodology to ensure that the panel's thermal performance (U-value and continuous insulation) will meet varying customer requirements.

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July 8, 2014

Architectural Record Honors SlenderWall Project

Innovative architectural precast concrete building panels play role in success of The New Orleans BioInnovation Center

Easi-Set Worldwide, a subsidiary of publicly-traded Smith-Midland Corporation announced today that Architectural Record magazine, the nation’s premier commercial architectural publication, chose the BioInnovation Center in New Orleans as one of the annual top ten Good Design Award winners. The 6-story biotechnology research facility was recognized in part for its unique interior design that encourages collaboration among its occupants, as well as a striking exterior, and sustainable practices. The 65,000 sq. ft. building was designed by renowned New Orleans architects Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, in collaboration with Seattle’s NBBJ, in a sustainable and energy efficient manner. The LEED Gold facility—the first of its kind in Louisiana—takes steps to manage water, control solar heat gain and optimize interior daylighting.

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May 1, 2014

Innovative Mixed-Use Project In New Jersey Includes 800 Unique Architectural Precast Panels Made By Smith-Midland Corporation

(OTCQB: SMID) A brand new luxury apartment building in Cliffside Park, N.J., features a unique blend of retail and office space, underground parking, a 190-space municipal parking lot, and nearly 800 SlenderWall® architectural precast panels manufactured by Smith-Midland Corporation

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September 1, 2013

2013 Design Award / PCI Best Multi-Family Housing: ETS Student Housing (phase IV) in Montréal, Quebec

Schedule is always a top concern on construction projects, but it was particularly important for the team designing and constructing the ETS Student Housing for an engineering university in Montréal, QC, Canada, in 2012. "The completion date in August had to be respected as the building was fully rented to students for the beginning of their school year," says Serge Jacques, principal architect for Régis Côté et Associés.

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June 1, 2013

SlenderWall® with PVA Fiber Reinforced Concrete

SlenderWall is a proprietary, 28lbs. per square foot, permanent, exterior cladding system made with a hybrid of architectural precast concrete and heavy-gauge steel studs. The resulting building panel wall system provides extraordinary design flexibility and strength.

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January 15, 2013

Johns Hopkins Chooses Slenderwall® For Critical Medical Facility Reconstruction.

Midland, VA - Smith-Midland Corporation (SMC) (OTC BB: SMID) is pleased to supply its SLENDERWALL® architectural precast concrete panel system as the exterior cladding for the renovation of the 9-story Nelson/Harvey inpatient facility on the Johns Hopkins Medicine Baltimore Campus.

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January 2, 2013

New Orleans BioInnovation Center Built With Innovative, Efficient Lightweight Precast

Progressive, modern design of biotech incubator employs Slenderwall lightweight precast panels with integral interior wall framing, lending design flexibility and sophisticated design statement.

Midland, VA - What do you get by combining renowned architects, a burgeoning biotechnology district, and a sustainable enclosure product?

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