Cultivation Systems Design & Engineering

Maximize your Investment and Construction Dollars

We are often asked what does cultivation systems design entail? We like to describe these systems as the “guts of the grow” – and through our design and engineering, we bring these critical systems to ensure they are designed for optimal performance, meet the requirements of your business and cultivation grows, and enable you to repeatedly deliver successful cultivations. 

What are our keys to successfully working with cultivators across North America and the world?

Early Stage Engagement

Large-scale cultivation facilities are extremely complex and highly customized to meet the unique specifications and needs of each operation. With a multitude success factors and stakeholders to satisfy, early-stage engagement enables urban-gro to build consensus and ensure proper sizing of key equipment and systems (e.g. lighting, building controls, and fertigation). This collective decision making helps to prevent mistakes and re-work later in the project lifecycle, ultimately saving time and money by bringing the operation online faster.

Professionally Designed by Experts

Professionally designed layouts for benches, fans, and lighting ensure optimal function and total systems integration. We work alongside contractors and engineers of record to build a thoughtfully laid out and compliant facility that is well-equipped to compete in a maturing cannabis market, both today and well into the future. All of urban-gro’s professional systems designs—including design schematics and Process and Engineering diagrams, and shop drawings— are drafted in CAD by our team of in-house designers and engineers.

Our Design and Systems Integration Process

We have an eight-point process for design and systems integration. Our process is tailored to meet the needs of  your business, operations, and facility goals.

  1. Engage with urban-gro for a Cultivator Needs Analysis
  2. Schedule Project Kick-Off
  3. Review/Discuss Recommendations
  4. Approve Design Concepts for Production
  5. Production Commences / Updates Provided
  6. Final Production for Team Review and Approval
  7. Procurement
  8. Commissioning

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