Today, the cannabis farmer and manufacturer Good Lettuce Company announced the launching of its first cutting-edge cannabis facility in Pennsville, New Jersey with urban-gro (NASDAQ:UGRO). The Company anticipates that its annual report will be authorized on January 12th, 2023. The Company has been given a conditional Tier VI cannabis growing and production license. When fully constructed, the facility will be about 180,000 square feet and will be furnished with machinery for extraction, cultivation, and other value-added procedures.
“We are delighted to announce this project, which offers a great chance to introduce high-quality cannabis to New Jersey and to generate jobs for the Pennsville neighborhood,” said Travis Ally, CEO of Good Lettuce Company. “We selected urban-gro as our design-build partner due to their track record of success, breadth of skills as a provider of turnkey solutions, and depth of knowledge in the controlled environment agricultural sector. We are excited to collaborate with Urban-gro to open our facility as soon as feasible.”
When fully constructed, the facility will be about 180,000 square feet and will be furnished with machinery for extraction, cultivation, and other value-added procedures. The project’s first phase will take up around 60,000 square feet, while phases two and three will add another 120,000 square feet. For phase one of the project, the Company has given urban-gro a $20 million initial construction design-build contract.
Urban-gro’s chairman and chief executive officer, Bradley Nattrass, stated: “urban-gro is excited to partner with Good Lettuce and provide our complete architectural, engineering, cultivation design, and construction management services for their new high-performance indoor facility in Pennsville. We deliver an effective approach to complex systems for the advantage of our clients since we have a single point of contact for all project-related matters, from design through start-up and beyond. Our staff is totally committed to assisting Good Lettuce in realizing its mission.”
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