November 2, 2022
It’s no secret that climate control is paramount to indoor cannabis grow facilities and they require robust HVAC systems to control dehumidification, temperature and CO2 regulation. Special consideration paid to cooling a space as much as heating is crucial to supply an environment that allows product to thrive. A lack of proper HVAC infrastructure can make or break a crop’s viability, in turn affecting profit. You could say that heating, ventilation and cooling is the crux of cannabis production.
One of the most beneficial aspects of Epstein’s full-service approach is that we provide clients with accessibility to each discipline, including our in-house MEP and HVAC engineers. With all disciplines under one roof, we are able to coordinate project details seamlessly and offer a truly collaborative approach. Our detailed expertise also allows clients to make educated decisions about their grow facility without cutting corners or designing a very expensive error.
Multi-state operators and craft growers must not lose sight of the importance of proper HVAC systems, or select options simply considering up-front budget. With the right equipment, growers can reduce overhead cost, and eliminate or control many of the challenges associated with indoor grow facilities ultimately saving our clients money.
With over 100 years providing best-in-class architecture and engineering services, Epstein is a leading design and construction firm in the cannabis industry, providing clients a hands-on approach to strategic planning, programming, architecture, engineering and construction services for retail dispensaries, as well as cultivation, processing and manufacturing facilities across the United States. Since 2020, Epstein has designed over 20 dispensaries and produced over 1 million square feet in cultivation facility design and construction for our cannabis clients.