|By Marketwired .||
|March 3, 2014 05:00 AM EST||
ANAHEIM, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/03/14 -- Greengro Technologies (PINKSHEETS: GRNH) announces today that it has received acceptance of its initial design bid for one of Arizona's grow and cultivation projects allowed under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. This first phase of the project encompasses site design and installation of Greengro's premier Modular Systems. Subsequent to mandatory tenant improvements the project will begin in earnest in Q2 2014.
The project is a multiphased build for one of Arizona's indoor grow operations with all products and services provided by Greengro. Upon completion of the Modular Systems installation, Greengro will enter into the next phase comprised of fully automated maintenance and management systems.
"We are very pleased that we are finally entering into the first phase of this project. Utilizing our Modular System design, the project will be completely operational in less time and resources than a traditional build," states James Haas, CEO, Greengro Technologies.
"Greengro was selected for this project based on their complete understanding of the full scope of requirements necessary to successfully execute a project of this magnitude. We look forward to working with the team in all phases of the project as we move forward in building out one of the state's Medical Marijuana cultivation facilities and have all the confidence in its successful completion," states Anthony Mcdonald, the project lead.
About Greengro Technologies
Greengro Technologies (PINKSHEETS: GRNH) is a world class provider of eco-friendly green technologies with specific domain expertise in indoor and outdoor agricultural science systems serving both the consumer and commercial farming markets. It brings together community and commerce through the growth and distribution of healthy, nutritious foods and vital medicines backed by science and technology. Customers include restaurants, community gardens, small and large scale commercial clients. Greengro Te10chnologies also provides design, construction and maintenance services to large grow and cultivation operations and collectives in the medical and recreational marijuana sector
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