Client: Cannabis-Hemp Extraction/Processing Laboratory
A global general contracting project management and implementation company was contracted to build an entire specialized engineering and sciences University campus. This prominent well-established industry leader recognized that it needed to subcontract to an experienced designer, builder, and installer of the required hazardous materials management and processing facility for the entire campus. MCC was selected due to its decades of experience and ability to flexibly address the University customer’s exact needs.
MCC collaborated with a new company entrant seeking to commence operations quickly with full regulatory compliance in this rapidly emerging industry segment within a recently legalized recreational consumption state. MCC working in close collaboration with the provider of the specialized Laboratory Extraction and Processing equipment, designed a modular facility, and had it fabricated and installed at the client location. Through careful coordination with the Client and their specialized equipment suppliers, MCC helped this Client commence operations in reduced time using modular facilities compared to on-site constructed facilities, with reduced overall cost.
Appropriate Technology was implemented to provide a customized safety and protection solution.
Delivery On Time
Our MCC Development Team works diligently to provide our customers with on-time delivery of their new facility.
Industrial, educational, and governmental institutions, food and chemical formularies and the military choose us to fulfill their need for safe and secure hazardous materials storage facilities. This is where turnkey hazmat facilities come in – they provide a comprehensive custom solution these institutions require at an affordable cost. Turnkey Hazmat facilities are designed to meet strict regulations regarding hazardous material storage while ensuring safety, usability, reliability, and maintainability of equipment located within them. Not only do they offer convenience and safety during operation but also contribute to controlling life-cycle costs associated with these critical operations.