mCig Inc (OTCMKTS:MCIG) reported the latest project announcements for Grow Contractors, its construction and consulting unit, in addition to the recent expansion of its cannabis supply segment into the California cannabis industry with record sales led by recent recreational decriminalization in Nevada.
Indicative of the pot shortage seen in Nevada as recreational application of cannabis went into effect, Grow Contractors is all set to break previous sales record figures. Furthermore, with its latest operations in taking on grow management deals, the company has delivered on its game program for production and cultivation ownership while reducing risks via its consulting services.
Robert Kressa, the CEO of Grow Contractors, reported that they are doing remarkably well, establishing faster and working on more assignments, with years of development ahead. The latest reflux of requests in the state of Nevada alone will keep them busy in the imminent future. Nevada will be serving many years to meet the demands of this growing industry, and Grow Contractors will be present to support and offer service along the way.
The $3.5 million project named as Solaris has been broadly expected by the entire cannabis market. Ask about Solaris and prospects are someone has known about it. Boasting more than 330,000 square feet of extraction and cultivation space, it marks as the leading cannabis facility in Nevada, intended for mass production.
With all the needed approvals having been received, Solaris is into construction now. Utilities are being linked and concrete is being dispensed! They will be using the latest dutch-style a-frame structure along with desert growing processes intended by the market’s top desert vegetable production professionals.
The company has created an innovative design for climate control to maintain proper temperatures in desert environment of the Las Vegas. Once fully operational, Solaris is