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Surna offers comprehensive climate solutions for cannabis and controlled environment agriculture. Extensive experience in both commercial construction and controlled environment agriculture (CEA), including cannabis facilities, is difficult to find. That’s where we come in. Our team of project managers, licensed professional engineers, technology specialists and systems integration experts help to keep your construction project on time and on budget.
We have direct experience with every type of system applicable to controlled environment cultivation facilities, and we can design any type of system for your facility. Our process is to work with you in the pre-design planning stages to review the various system design strategies, to assist with the decision making process, and then to design the system that most closely aligns with your goals.
Absolutely! Biosecurity starts with correct design, because a poor design will lead to fluctuations in climate parameters that create ideal environments for pests and pathogens, in addition to weakening the plant and making it more vulnerable. Ventilation associated with HVACD is also a common infiltration point when incorrectly applied. HVACD design is a perfect place to implement filtration, sterilization and mitigation strategies for biosecurity.
We currently serve North America.
Surna considers a number of variables specific to your facility including lighting and watering loads, and target set points to determine the most appropriate climate system options for grow. Our technical estimators use that information and your preferences/budget to compile a preliminary equipment list before we engineer the full system.
Electrical upgrade requirements will vary dramatically from facility to facility, and will be influenced primarily by selections around lighting and HVAC. Precise upgrade requirements can’t be defined until the electrical plan set is complete; however, you can always contact us for some help with general rules of thumb for early stage planning and feasibility discussions with your local utility.