Zimmerman Brings Mechanical Engineering Experience of 300+ Grows; Integrates Building and Cultivation Systems Design and Engineering
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lafayette, Colo., (February 13, 2020) – urban-gro, Inc. (OTCQX: UGRO) (“urban-gro” or the “Company”), a leading engineering design services company that integrates complex equipment systems into high performance indoor cannabis cultivation facilities around the world, today announced the appointment of Brian Zimmerman, PE, as Executive Vice President of Engineering.
“I am pleased to elevate Brian Zimmerman to the role of Executive Vice President of Engineering. The creation of this role signifies the importance of urban-gro’s engineering design in the delivery of high-performance cultivation facilities,” said Bradley Nattrass, CEO and Chairman of urban-gro.
Zimmerman has been the President of Impact Engineering, Inc., a company acquired by urban-gro in March 2019. He founded this company in 1997 to provide full-service HVAC, plumbing and electrical engineering and consulting for the cannabis commercial development industry. In 2009, Impact Engineering designed the first cultivation facility in Colorado for Medicine Man Technologies. Since then, Impact Engineering has designed over 300 cultivation facilities across the US and in Canada under the name Grow2Guys.
In his new role with urban-gro, Zimmerman will provide principal oversight and direction of all HVAC, plumbing and electrical engineering design in addition to providing design oversight for urban-gro's Interior Cultivation Design (ICD) and Cultivation Space Programming (CSP) teams.
"Our whole-building approach finds savings in efficient systems that financially benefit the owner, as well as create an environment that promotes consistent, high crop yields,” said Zimmerman. “We design today for tomorrow’s cannabis market prices, thereby contributing to the long-term economic competitiveness of our customers in rapidly evolving markets.”
urban-gro, Inc. (OTCQX: UGRO) is a leading engineering design services company that integrates complex equipment systems into high performance indoor cannabis cultivation facilities around the world. Our highly tailored, plant-centric approach to the design, procurement, and systems integration provides a single point of accountability throughout the project lifecycle. urban-gro further ensures operational efficiency and economic advantage for commercial cultivators through a full spectrum of professional services and product solutions focused on facility optimization and promoting environmental health. In every engagement, our unwavering focus is on solutions that ensure success. Visit www.urban-gro.com and soleiltech.ag to learn more. Follow urban-gro on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Follow Soleil on Instagram.
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