What seemed like great locations for both large and small cannabis grow facilities are sometimes abandoned for reasons related to water, power and even logistics. We’ve even been asked to assist with issues like parking and trash disposal that seemed trivial because they were never addressed. Many small growers are ill-prepared to address these areas and large growers must have these solved early on or face financial ruin. Here is how we’ve helped our clients…
If you’re a large cannabis grower or have plans to become one, a call to Cannabis Grow Builders is a wise move. We’ve seen cases where a single phone call and just a few questions could have saved thousands of dollars and months of time. We’ve had to work to solve power supply issues after leases had been signed and work started. The client was “all in” without a sufficient power supply. They were looking for help and when it became apparent the utility provider had no answers they called us. We were able to help solve this issue for our client and had we known in advance we could have prevented a lot of sleepless nights in the process.
Smaller growers typically have different issues that can be as devastating and even worse. The reality of personal and commercial cannabis growth, even in 2020, is not everyone is on board. Some have never taken the time to determine how the laws help or hurt them. We do that research in advance and see what the road ahead looks like. We’ve seen cases when a delay is not a denial and have helped to structure what the next logical steps look like. Often times the key isn’t the next step it’s the next steps. The right shortcut can speed things along and the wrong shortcut can add months to your timeline.
Cannabis Grow Builders have been involved in the emerging legal Cannabis Industry as a builder and developer of grow facilities since 2016. Daniel Stevenson and his team work with Cannabis Entrepreneurs and Solopreneurs to maximize the potential in their business while remaining on the cutting edge of constantly changing governmental regulations. Please reach out to us at 916-933-7333, via e-mail at email@example.com