INDEPENDENT & OBJECTIVE

PEER REVIEW OF FACILITY DRAWINGS OPTIMIZES DESIGN SOLUTIONS

ENSURE PROPER SIZING OF MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
Brian Peterson, PE - President of Impact Engineering, Inc.

“73% of CEA operators would start from scratch and choose integrated equipment and technology for better facility performance and crop outcomes.”

Agritecture’s 2020 Global Census of CEA Operators
2nd Edition

We often get asked...

“Has Brian seen the drawings?”

With experience in over 350 cannabis-related facilities, Impact Engineering’s Principal Brian Zimmerman, PE, is a leading expert in engineering efficient and profitable cultivation facilities. The majority of the firm’s experience revolves around mechanical design for indoor Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) facilities, including cultivation, extraction, processing, MIPs kitchens, and dispensaries.

Save Time and Money by Identifying Deficiencies in Drawings and Equipment Sizing

Engaging Peer Review is a Best Practice

Experienced facility developers and owners recognize the challenges of coordinating and integrating HVAC, lighting, irrigation and nutrient delivery systems. Inconsistencies, errors and omissions in mechanical design and equipment sizing can create unwelcome delays and additional costs. Peer review reduces your risk by allowing you to identify potential issues before (or during) bidding and construction.

A recent survey found  73% of CEA operators would start from scratch to select integrated equipment and technology for better facility performance and crop outcomes. (Agritecture’s 2020 Global Census of CEA Operators, 2nd Edition)

• Avoid Cost Overruns • Reduce Change Orders • “Smart” Value Engineering • Reduce Risk

What may happen without a peer review?

Value engineering is a part of any construction process. Without the benefit of peer review, you may select low-cost alternatives that reduce building efficiency, delay construction and contribute to poor operations.

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