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November 9, 2020

Smith-Midland gets awards for 32-story Tysons project

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Smith-Midland roduced and installed more than 80,000 square feet of SlenderWall and traditional architectural precast panels for the Lumen project in Tysons.
Fauquier-based Smith-Midland Corp. has received several awards for its architectural cladding of 346-foot-tall, mixed-use building in Tysons.

The Associated General Contractor of D.C. and the Associated Builders and Contractors of Metro Washington last week recognized the company. The AGC Washington Contractor Award and the ABC Excellence in Construction Award cited Smith-Midland’s SlenderWall for its beauty and performance at the 32-floor Lumen project.

Earlier this year the company garnered a Southeast Building Conference Grand Aurora prize for its work on Lumen.

Architects Davis, Carter, Scott designed the Lennar Multifamily Communities project. Working with general contractor Hoar Construction and engineering firm Fernandez & Associates, Smith-Midland produced and installed more than 80,000 square feet of SlenderWall and traditional architectural precast panels.

Smith-Midland worked with its own team of subcontractors, EE Marr Erectors and Wilcox Caulking, to provide Hoar with a turnkey system. The factory insulated SlenderWall panels contributed a R-24 rating to thermal performance.
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