The cannabis industry is undergoing rapid change. In 2013, the market was such that you could build anything (within reason) and make money. Utilizing mechanical systems like mini-splits or standard DX—both supported with supplemental dehumidification—really weren’t bad options because the price of flower supported any level of yields.
Facility layouts didn’t matter either. Most facilities were design by consultants who weren’t really qualified to design facilities. The problem was that back then architects and engineers weren’t qualified either. Architects knew buildings and lean manufacturing principals, but they didn’t know cultivation. Engineers didn’t understand plants and transpiration and the various systems’ ability to address temperature and humidity in latent and sensible situations.Contact us to get the conversation started.