The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) will hold a presentation on indoor cannabis cultivation facilities on Jan. 31 from 8 a.m.– 5 p.m at IAPMO's headquarters. Cultivation facilities are expensive, so using the right design and tradespeople means the project gets done to the benefit of the client without delay or changes.
This full-day presentation covers plumbing, mechanical, building, fire, energy, state regulations, and limited electrical codes. The class also covers the growing process, from propagation to flowering, and will help cultivators, regulators, architects, designers and engineers make sense of the myriad of regulations and special processes used in cultivation. New technologies for cultivation will also be covered.
Many mistakes are made from design deficiencies that may be code compliant, but make cultivation difficult. The presentation will cover how to avoid the mistakes that currently plague the industry.
The price to attend is $169 for IAPMO members and $199 for non-members. Those who wish to attend can register at www.bit.ly/iapmo-cannabis.