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Smith-Columbia doing a quick turn on large Fort Benning project

Smith-Midland’s South Carolina division, Smith-Columbia, has been contracted to manufacture a 37 Easi-Set Building order by Atlanta based contractor Reams Enterprises. The GSA contract for U.S. Army base Fort Benning will include: (7) 26’x22’ multi-user men’s and women’s plumbed latrines; (13) 80’x20’ classrooms; (13) single unit 12’x10’ ammo buildings; (3) double unit 24’x10’ ammo buildings; and (1) 14’x8’ grenade bunker.

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When Nature Calls

“Can you hear me now?” takes on a different meaning when your jobsite spans a 330-acre state park and there is no cell phone service. The crew for Smith-Midland Corp., Midland, Va., overcame this challenge and successfully manufactured and installed nine Easi-Set Buildings at Echo Bluff State Park, Eminence, Mo. Purchased in November 2013, the new park is the 88th in the state, opening this summer. Smith-Midland, a licensed producer of Easi-Set Worldwide products, was called on to bring needed amenities to park attendees—quickly and on budget.

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Securing the future of an Iconic American Beltway

Smith-Midland Corporation - Formal planning for the Capital Beltway, I-495, began in 1950, and it was included as part of the national Interstate Highway System in the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956, with construction beginning in 1957. The I-495 Capital Beltway was fully completed when its final Maryland segment was opened to traffic on August 17, 1964.

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The Word Is Out: Precast Concrete Buildings are the Solution for your next Water or Wastewater project

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It is not a secret that the water and wastewater industry often utilizes pre-engineered concrete buildings for its treatment, pumping and filtration needs. What should not be kept underground any longer are the vast number of advantages precast concrete buildings truly offer, particularly from an industry leader like Easi-Set Buildings.

This month, a planned community in Bealeton, Va., can admire its new Easi-Set Building while no longer worrying about its water quality. The manufactured home community recently learned that its well water had high arsenic levels, so a water filtration system housed in an Easi-Set Building was installed. The local Easi-Set licensed producing plant Smith-Midland Virginia manufactured and installed the 20’ x 30’ Easi-Span Precast Building. General contractor Sydnor Hydro Inc., Richmond, Va., selected Smith-Midland because of a long working history.

"We have worked with Smith-Midland many times over the years," said John Beckstoffer with Sydnor Hydro. "They are quick, efficient and hold to their schedule."

The initial building installation was completed in less than two days during December 2014, and pipe installation and filtration connections took place over the next few weeks. The building stores four filters connected to two wells. According to George Sharikas, sales manager with Smith-Midland, pre-designed features and the quick installation time led to selecting the Easi-Set Building.

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Fort A. P. Hill Undergoes Major Infrastructural Update, Replacing 17 Aging Restrooms with Precast Concrete Buildings

Durable Easi-Set Buildings will provide nearly maintenance free service for over 50 years.

Bowling Green, VA – Smith-Midland Corporation (OTCQB: SMID) As an active military installation, which hosts all branches of the military and even foreign allies for training exercises, Fort A.P. Hill needs to have a solid infrastructure. With many of the bases’ latrines in a state of disrepair their wastewater management vendor, American Water Operations, tapped Smith-Midland to replace nearly all of the facilities with Easi-Set precast concrete restrooms.AP-Hill-Easi-Set-Sierra-Outback-restroom

Fort A.P. Hill provides state-of-the-art training facilities focused on providing realistic joint and combined arms training. Considering the importance of the facility and the exposure it receives, every detail, including operational and aesthetically pleasing restrooms, is important.

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Cutting Costs for Chesapeake Bay

West Virginia district uses precast concrete buildings to save time & money on new facility construction. The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) implemented the Chesapeake Bay strategy to reduce the amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment in the regional watershed. The Franklin Public Services District (FPSD) of Mineral County, W.Va., engaged RK&K engineers to design a wastewater treatment facility to handle a load of 2.5 mgd.

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Smith-Midland completes 15 restroom building project for USACE


Aiming for a Labor Day opening, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracts precast concrete manufacturer Smith-Midland Corp., to complete a time-sensitive, 750-panel restroom project.

MIDLAND, Va., September 30, 2013 – Smith-Midland Corp., has completed a restroom project at Wappapello Lake that truly showcases the beauty and adaptability of precast concrete. The $865,000 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project in Wappapello, Mo., encompassed 750 architectural precast panels, multi-colored fieldstone, and batten board siding. Smith-Midland-Lake-Wappapello

Nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains on the St. Francis River in Southeast Missouri, Wappapello Lake offers activities for all walks of life. Completed in 1941, Wappapello Lake annually provides an estimated $3.9 million in flood protection to agricultural lands and developed areas along the St. Francis River.

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