Groundbreaking Being Held For New Medical Cannabis Facility In Pennsylvania
CARMICHAELS, Pa., Oct. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — AGRiMED Industries continues their journey making history in Pa. on Wed., Oct. 11, 2017 at 11 a.m. with a formal groundbreaking ceremony for their medical cannabis grow/process facility and laboratory. The new facility is located about an hour south of Pittsburgh in Carmichaels, PA 15320.
AGRiMED Industries is committed to creating and providing the model environment for medical cannabis growing and processing. Some of these initiatives include dynamic sustainable agriculture of plant-based medicine production, renewable energy application, entrepreneurship and education about wellness and healthy living just to scratch the surface.
Focusing in on the energy aspect of the building, AGRiMED will pioneer innovations in the medical cannabis industry and set a precedent for other facilities to follow. AGRiMED’s focus is not just on the cultivation and agriculture of medicine, but on sustainable energy as well as the business practices that will ultimately lead to value-added production of medical cannabis.
The state-of-the-art facility will be used to develop new innovations in the medical cannabis and agriculture industries as well as take part in economic development activities and community engagement. These facilities will allow for a greater number of patients in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to have safe, convenient and affordable access to high-quality natural cannabis-based medicines.
AGRiMED’s high tech and innovative facilities will serve patients statewide in its development and production of the highest-quality strains of medical cannabis. AGRiMED is committed to growing the local workforce and very backbone of Greene County by creating many career opportunities in the coming months.
Over the next five years, AGRiMED has positioned itself to become a significant component to the medical cannabis industry whether through its high-quality strains or its sustainable energy efforts. Plus, beyond Greene County, AGRiMED has pending applications to develop additional processing facilities in order to cultivate more industry innovation and develop new products in additional States.
This groundbreaking event will give local dignitaries as well as the media a great opportunity to ask questions to AGRiMED’s leadership team including CEO Sterling Crockett, Chairman Bruce Goldman, Jack Ham and Dr. Julian Bailes.
The construction contractor for the project—Accelerated Construction Industries, LLC of Morgantown, West Virginia.—will be cohosting the groundbreaking event.