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Surna awarded largest design contract in company history

Surna Cultivation Technologies has signed a contract valued at $335,400 to provide architectural and engineering design services to a cannabis cultivator located in the Southeastern United States.

Under the contract, Surna has been commissioned to provide design services for a 60,0000 sq. ft. cannabis cultivation facility and a 20,000 sq. ft. processing facility that are parts of a larger operation, including greenhouse production and retail. Surna’s services will include a full architectural design package and MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) engineering. Valued at over three hundred thousand dollars, the agreement marks the single largest design contract in the Company’s history. Construction is expected to be completed in 2023.

“As a leading provider of cannabis cultivation facility design solutions, we are grateful for the opportunity to play a role in the development of one of the largest cannabis operations in the Southeastern region of the United States,” said Jon Kozlowski, Vice President of Sales for Surna. “This operator has placed its trust in us to provide a design that will serve their energy efficiency and product quality needs, and we look forward to seeing this project come to life.”

CEA Industries Inc. CEO Tony McDonald added, “I am very proud of our team for winning this substantial contract in the midst of a difficult time in the CEA industry. This project demonstrates that quality projects continue to be developed to serve the long-term growth of the industry.”

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