Work is well underway on True Leaf Medicine International’s cannabis plant in Lumby.
The steel arrived and was pre-assembled on site, and the building permit was approved on May 30th.
The crew is now erecting the structural steel.
Exterior foundation insulation is complete and the backfill compaction testing passed well above requirements.
The interior backfill for the administration building is also complete along with installation of the rebar for the production building and form work is underway.
True Leaf retained Colliers Project Leaders to provide professional project management services and a value engineering review to keep the project on time and on budget.
Founder and CEO Darcy Bomford says construction is within budget and on schedule.
“This means True Leaf is getting closer to its inspection by Health Canada and nearing the final milestone of receiving our license to produce cannabis.”
The first phase of the project includes a 16,000 square foot cannabis cultivation and production facility with over 9,000 square feet for the initial grow area, laboratory services, whole-plant extraction, and the production of therapeutic cannabis products.