Rising above the fountained lake at the City Center at Oyster Point, Newport News, VA, the new Ferguson Enterprises HQ3 is reminisent of a grand ship sailing out of Hampton Roads. This past week the ABC of Central Virginia (Associated Builders and Contractors) presented an Excellence in Construction Award for Specialty Concrete to Smith-Midland for their work on the project.
This week announcements were made on the latest two awards for Smith-Midland's recent SlenderWall architectural cladding project in Tysons, Virginia. Both the AGC of DC (Associated General Contractors) and the ABC of Metro Washington (Associated Builders and Contractors) have bestowed awards on the 346' tall mixed-use project. The AGC Washington Contractor Award and the ABC Excellence in Construction Award recognized the role Smith-Midland's premier architectural precast concrete cladding product SlenderWall played in the beauty and performance of the project.
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The Southeast Building Conference bestowed the Grand Aurora Award in 2019 for Best on the Boards Mixed-Use or Multi-Family Project to The Lumen.
Landmark Builders and Architecture firm West and Stem, have chosen SlenderWall precast building panels and its licensed Easi-Set Producer, Smith-Midland to clad the exterior of the new “Slugger” project in Greensboro, NC. The new 9-story, 111,869 square feet office and retail building will peer over the right field line of First National Bank Field, home of the Grasshoppers, Greensboro’s South Atlantic League baseball team. The two facilities will be connected by a new featured ballpark entrance.
Image credit: West and Stem
Contractor W.M. Jordan Company recently broke ground on a new 24-story tower in Norfolk, Virginia. The River Tower will add 147 luxury residences and more than 95,000 sq. ft. of common space and amenities to the Harbor’s Edge, Hampton Roads’ premier Life Plan Retirement Community.
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From PCI Mid-Atlantic, a behind the scenes interview about the Latitude architectural precast project