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Smith-Midland lands largest SlenderWall® project ever produced

Architects Marchetto Higgins Stieve, Owner Developer Hartz Mountain Industries and General Contractor Katerra have chosen Smith-Midland to manufacture and install their SlenderWall envelope system for the new 800 Harbor Boulevard project at Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken, NJ. The expansive 586 luxury residential waterfront rental apartment building will incorporate over 157,000 square feet of white acid-etch finished SlenderWall panels. This project marks the largest deployment of SlenderWall panels in the product’s 27 year history. Smith-Midland has previously worked with Marchetto Higgins Stieve on the Port Imperial, NJ Nine on the Hudson multi-family project which opened in mid-2018.

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Luxury Jersey Shore Redevelopment Project Selects SlenderWall

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Smith-Midland Corporation (OTCQX: SMID) – Project announcement. In Long Branch, NJ two luxury towers containing 47 residences will rise side-by-side on approximately 1.7 acres of oceanfront property, South Beach at Long Branch. The 5-star multi-family development is the brainchild of Mimi & Edwin Feliciano, owners of development company FEM South Beach Urban Renewal. Exquisite details and rich features will grace the 8-story complex of unrivaled elegance and panoramic views. With 1st floor garden residences starting at $1.1 million all the way up to South Tower penthouse duplexes with 1,000 sf rooftop terraces, and a 3,300 sf. North Tower penthouse with a 3,300 foot terrace and glass enclosed climate controlled loggia, owners will savor the rewards of open air, sky and sea.

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SlenderWall® Architectural Panels Chosen For Landmark Tysons Corner Project

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Smith-Midland Corporation (OTCQX: SMID) – Project announcement. On the corner of Route 123 and Route 7, the “original” Tysons Corner, VA, Lennar Multifamily Communities (LMC) is developing the new Tysons Central complex. Lennar Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, is a top ranked player in the home and multi-family market. Tysons Central, a signature hi-density project for LMC, will be connected by walkways to the new Greensboro Station on the DC Metro Silver Line.

Building F, “The Lumen”, designed to be a signature structure by the architecture firm Davis, Carter, Scott of Tysons, VA, will be the first in the six building development. The 346-ft, 32-story building, approximately 865-ft rise above sea level, will be the tallest by elevation in the Tysons area, with expansive views of Washington, DC and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The project will include 394,000 square feet of residential space, over 17,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and nine levels of parking. The building will house 398 units on 25 floors with luxury Penthouse units on the top three.

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Hensel Phelps to Build Marriott Residence Inn Marriott next to Johns Hopkins

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Contractor Hensel Phelps and architectural firm Gensler are teaming up to bring Baltimore, Maryland, its newest hotel. The Marriott Residence Inn Baltimore at Johns Hopkins Medical Campus will be a 15-story, 215,000-SF extended stay Marriott hotel. Located adjacent to the medical campus, its 194 rooms will help to alleviate the accommodation needs for families accompanying patients at the prestigious facility. In addition, the hotel will include retail space, a rooftop restaurant and bar, and a 6,000-SF outdoor terrace.

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42,000 SQUARE FEET OF SLENDERWALL® ARCHITECTURAL PANELS WILL BE USED ON MAJOR HUDSON RIVER REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT

NEW JERSEY’S LARGEST HOMEBUILDER IS USING SLENDERWALL® PANELS ON THE 14-STORY, 278-UNIT PORT IMPERIAL CONDO PROJECT

When K. Hovnanian Enterprises, Inc., breaks ground on the 278-unit Port Imperial on the Hudson River project this year, the major undertaking will include 42,000 square feet of SlenderWall® architectural precast concrete building panels. Part of the 2-mile-long Port Imperial redevelopment project in West New York, N.J., the 14-story condominium will be constructed by New Jersey’s largest homebuilder, K. Hovnanian, the developer of more than 200 active communities nationwide.

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Smith-Midland supplies SlenderWall for three major hotel projects

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Midland, VA – NOVEMBER 17, 2015 – Smith-Midland Corporation (OTCQB: SMID)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.

Cost effective, durable, and known for its long life span – with no maintenance or failure issues – SlenderWall comes in a wide variety of designs and finishes and provides a viable alternative to traditional EFIS construction for hotel chains.

Recognized for its ability to reduce costs and requirements for elements within the production, delivery, and installation processes, SlenderWall is the industry’s only wall system that incorporates the proven technologies of architectural precast concrete, high-tech PVA fiber and welded wire reinforcement, stainless steel fasteners, heavy gauge galvanized steel studs, and energy code compliant closed-cell foam insulation.

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Johns Hopkins facility receives American Concrete Institute Award.

SlenderWall Johns HopkinsTheir 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 – April 23, 2015 – 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.

After decades of wear, the hand-laid brick envelope of the Johns Hopkins 9-story Nelson/Harvey inpatient facility began failing. “Late in the game, during design development, the client determined that we should also address envelope issues,” said Dan McKelvey, an associate principal and building envelope expert with Ayers Saint Gross, describing the existing, hand laid brick façades with a concrete masonry unit (CMU) backup on structural steel. “There were problems including cracking and deflecting brick, and the window system was outdated. The building had no insulation in the wall system, either.”

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

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(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

Owned by Waterside Centre Urban Renewal Company, LLC, The Towne Centre of Cliffside Park is a $140 million, 13-story luxury apartment building that includes 277 units. Upon completion in 2014, the project will also feature a one-acre plaza with a reflecting pool and outdoor seating. Among the tenants scheduled to move in are a coffee shop, gourmet chocolate store, high-end men’s clothing store, and a restaurant.

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SlenderWall: Building American Influence

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In 2010, two years after the ‘Great Recession’, with real estate values crawling out from the crater of economic implosion, housing values crashing, families across the country sought new a place to call home. In the fallout, a tide of demand flooded the rental market, saturating occupancy and spiking rental rates. Americans who had lost their houses, now struggled to find and afford rental homes.

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