Surna Cultivation Technologies was awarded a contract for architectural design and MEP engineering services for a 15,000 square foot indoor cultivation facility in Michigan.
Under the contract, Surna will deliver architectural and engineering services for a plan set suitable for permitting, bidding by installing contractors, and inclusive of all required construction details for tender and installation.
“By bringing architecture and engineering under one roof we can ensure seamless coordination between these two core components of the design process. This means fewer design conflicts, fewer revisions, a more efficient construction process, and ultimately a faster time to market,” said Jon Kozlowski, Surna’s Vice President of Sales. “Our objective is to provide the CEA producer with the core elements of a reliable, efficient cultivation and processing operation within a practical budget. This helps our clients have the lowest operational costs possible to stay competitive as the market ebbs and flows, while maximizing workflow efficiencies and revenues associated with production.”