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Virginia DOT Approves MASH J-J Hooks Free-Standing Precast Barrier

Virginia DOT recently approved the J-J Hooks MASH TL3 tested 12 foot free-standing temporary precast concrete safety barrier. J-J Hooks is now approved in Virginia for both MASH free-standing and restrained applications (bolted/pinned). This approval brings the total number of states allowing the use of J-J Hooks MASH temporary barrier to 35. MASH (Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware) standards are the new federal guideline to improve safety of highway products.

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Smith-Midland will produce over 23 miles of J-J Hooks safety barrier for major highway project.

MIDLAND, VA – August 1, 2017 - Smith-Midland Corporation (OTCQX: SMID). The Lane Construction Corporation has awarded Smith-Midland the contract to supply over 124,000 LF of J-J Hooks precast concrete safety barrier for the I-395 Express Lane VDOT project in Northern Virginia. The I-395 design-build project will extend the Express Lanes along an eight mile section of I-395 in Fairfax and Arlington Counties. The work is expected to significantly reduce the congestion of commuter traffic into Washington, DC.

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Smith-Columbia plant sees continued growth in South Carolina transportation market

MIDLAND, VA – Nov. 10, 2016 — Smith-Midland Corporation (OTCQX: SMID) project update for South Carolina: our Hopkins, SC Smith-Columbia plant recently signed two new production contracts for South Carolina Department of Transportation road infrastructure projects.

Zachry Construction ordered 80,000 linear feet of J-J Hooks precast concrete highway barrier to provide worker and driver safety during the I-20 expansion project. J-J Hooks safety barriers, which incorporate a proprietary J-Hook connection, represent the most widely specified design across North America. Zachry, a leading, privately-owned construction company with 90 years of experience, specializes in constructing large, technically-unique projects around the world.

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