Boulder, Colorado -
Surna Cultivation Technologies (www.surna.com) is an industry leader in CEA facility design and technologies. Surna provides full-service licensed architectural and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering services, carefully curated HVACD equipment, proprietary controls systems, air sanitization, lighting, and benching for controlled environment agriculture (CEA) and cannabis cultivation.
Through a network of certified service contractors, Surna provides installation and maintenance services to assist in a smooth build-out and optimal facility performance. Additionally, Surna has provided solutions to indoor growers for over 15 years and has served over 800 cultivators with over 200 of them being large, commercial projects.
Surna Cultivation Technologies is a subsidiary of CEA Industries Inc. (NASDAQ, CEAD, CEADW), which specializes in controlled environment agricultural (CEA) systems engineering, and technologies. In a recent announcement from CEA Industries Inc., the company received a letter of intent from Greene Brothers Farm, Inc., an independent farm that is creating a 26-acre site for indoor cannabis cultivation.
For more than 22 years, Greene Brothers Farm has been a family-run farm. Aaron Greene and Mark Greene, the two co-founders, have a combined 25 years of experience in the cannabis business, including business development and management techniques. In addition to having developed unique cultivars for particular indoor/outdoor greenhouse applications, Aaron has been growing cannabis for more than 25 years and has a thorough understanding of design and large-scale production at cannabis facilities.
As a cannabis grower with over 25 years of experience, Mark is well-versed in all facets of cannabis production and processing, including breeding, nutrient optimization, soil condition alignment, cultivar-specific expertise, concentrate production, and a comprehensive understanding of the cannabis market from seed to sale.
The Greene Brothers have combined their extensive knowledge of all facets of cannabis production, including engineering, facility design, plant management strategies for large-scale farming, as well as best practices in cannabis production and extraction, to build Greene Brothers Farm into a cannabis cultivation, manufacturing, and marketing enterprise.
Aaron Greene, Co-Founder and CEO of Greene Brothers Farm, Inc. stated, "We look forward to creating hundreds of jobs and funding various community improvements that will be enjoyed by our new neighbors with revenue generated from our Cannabis Park and Farmacy Phactory brands." Greene continued by commenting, "We partnered with Surna because we know they can provide the outstanding engineering, design, and equipment that we require in a quick and efficient manner throughout each phase of development."
“We are proud to have been chosen by Greene Brothers Farm for this multi-million-dollar, multi-phase development project,” said Tony McDonald, Chairman and CEO of CEA Industries Inc. “We expect this to be a winning relationship for both of us and we will strive to make this Greene Brothers Farm Cannabis Park an exemplary representation of these types of projects for others in this industry.”
By Q4 of this year, Phase 1 is anticipated to be operational. Surna will supply mechanical engineering services for the initial phase, including the design of exhaust air filtration systems to remove odors, as well as climate control systems, its EnviroPro air handling equipment, and Surna by Anden dehumidifiers. Phases 2 and 3 are anticipated to be finished in 2023, while phases 4 and 5 are anticipated to be finished in 2024.
Surna, Inc is headquartered in Boulder and brings value-added climate control solutions to the cannabis industry. Surna helps improve crop yield, optimize energy & water efficiency, and satisfy state and local codes, permitting and regulations.
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