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SlenderWall System Can Contribute 14 Points to LEED Certification

MIDLAND, Va. – Smith-Midland Corporation (SMC) announced today that the SlenderWall  system meets LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Standards, providing a contribution of up to 14 points toward LEED Certification.  The SlenderWallsystem was reviewed by the Construction Testing Laboratory (CTL), an independent testing lab.  CTL rendered an opinion regarding SlenderWall’S contribution toward LEED’s Certification for the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) strict criteria designed to promote sustainable buildings for the conservation of energy and resources and the protection of the environment.  The LEED Green Building Rating System is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings.

According to the CTL report, LEED’s points are awarded for environmentally friendly actions taken during design, construction and use phases of a building project.  If designed and built according to accepted principles of energy conservation and environmental protection, SlenderWallcan be used to contribute on up to 14 points in the version 2.2 of LEED for New Construction and Major Renovations.  “This recognition underscores Smith-Midland’s commitment to environmental stewardship, which is a critical part of our company’s vision,” said Ashley Smith, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for SMC.  “This achievement is only the beginning as we continue to make design enhancements to the SlenderWallsystem to contribute on additional LEED credits.”

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SlenderWall Included in Construction of NAIOP Award Winning Westfield Office Park

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MIDLAND, Va. – Smith-Midland Corporation, the manufacturer of the SlenderWall architectural precast concrete panel system, announces its involvement in the construction of Northridge at Westfield Office Park, awarded the 2007 National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) Award of Merit for the Best Speculative Building R & D for Phase I of the project.   NAIOP awards recognize significant new contributions to Northern Virginia by the commercial and industrial real estate community at a black-tie gala held in November 2007.

Smith-Midland was chosen to fabricate and install traditional architectural precast concrete panels as well as the SlenderWall  panels for the construction for the three Northridge at Westfield office buildings located in Fairfax, Virginia.  The Northridge contract was worth over $1.7 million.

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SMC Awarded Prestigious CUP Award for SlenderWall Project

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MIDLAND, Va. – Officials at Smith-Midland Corporation were the recipients of the prestigious CUP award for a building project completed in Rockville, Maryland.

The company’s submission for its SlenderWall Architectural Precast Concrete Panel System, garnered first place in the National Precast Concrete Association’s (NPCA) Creative Use of Precast (CUP) Awards program for the Above Ground category.  The award was presented at the Salute to Excellence Award Banquet on Saturday, February 9 in Denver, Colorado.  The Gala is the closing event for the NPCA Winter Conference.

The CUP Awards Program is an annual competition for NPCA members recognizing projects promoting innovative and cost-saving advantages of precast concrete over competing materials.

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SlenderWall Makes International Debut at Mexican Church

MIDLAND, Va. – Opticretos S.A., manufacturer of the SlenderWall architectural precast concrete panel system, has recently completed the first phase of a project in Mexico using SlenderWall Outside of the United States for the first time.

Located in the city of Monterrey, the church, Castillo del Rey, Congregación Brisas, is constructing a new complex in two phases.  With a unique design conceptualized by architect Irma Posadas, construction-in-charge architect Wendy Girón and Pastor Sergio Chapa, the structure will be approximately 55 feet tall and will include a parking garage.  The complex also houses a private bilingual Christian school, Colegio Maranatha, during the week.

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Merkle Headquarters Building to Feature SMC Precast Concrete Panels

MIDLAND, Va. – Smith-Midland Corp. Announces its involvement in the construction of the Merkle office building in Columbia, Md.

The component of the contract awarded to Smith-Midland Corp. is valued at more than $1.3 million and features 386 traditional, heavy architectural precast panels with 36,377 square feet of panel area.

The 120,000 square foot precast and glass office building, to be located in the Columbia Gateway Park, will be five stories tall and will house the corporate headquarters for Merkle, a database marketing agency.  The building, designed by Design Collective, Inc., of Baltimore, features a number of unique features.

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Smith-Midland to Install SlenderWall on New Luxury Apartment Building in Downtown Washington, DC

MIDLAND, Va. – Smith-Midland Corporation (OTC BB, Boston Stock Exchange: SMID, SMID) announced today that it has been awarded a $2,348,000 SlenderWall contract by JPI Apartment Development for the Jefferson at Logan Circle. The project is a 10-story luxury rental apartment building now under construction in Washington, DC at 1301 M Street, NW. The SlenderWall system panels are scheduled to be produced starting June 2004 and installation of the panels is expected to begin in January 2005.

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