Cultivating cannabis demands precise facility requirements, and the foundation of success is having a facility that facilitates the business plan. Among the initial priorities for cannabis cultivators are securing an operational space presenting a prime opportunity to assemble your design team. To ensure that the designated space effectively caters to the demands of cannabis cultivation, the facility design team must possess an intricate understanding of plant requirements and how those correlate to a properly designed and built facility.
Join a new webinar on LinkedIn Live this September 21 at 1 pm EST/12 pm CT for an enriching discussion. The webinar is bringing together an architect, a horticulture process engineer, and engineers with nearly a decade of cannabis experience. These experts, including Dr. Nadia Sabeh, PE, LEED AP, Principal and Founder of Dr. Greenhouse, James Megerson, PE, LEED, Mechanical Engineer and Founder of Anvil Agrinomics, Mike Zartarian, MSEE, Horticulture Process Engineer and Principal of Zartarian Engineering, and Brian D. Anderson, AIA, Founder of the cannabis architecture firm Anderson Porter Design, are poised to share their wealth of experience.
Expect insights into facility design essentials, the significance of meticulous due diligence, risk management, and other vital requirements. Their collective experience guarantees a perspective that's grounded in real-world wisdom, ensuring the alignment of business and cultivation goals. "Join us as we delve into the intricacies of facility specifications that pave the way for success."
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For more information:
Anderson Porter Design
LinkedIn: Anvil Agrinomincs, LLC
Zartarian Engineering & Precision AG