2.1M SQ. FT. CANNDUSTRIAL CANNABIS & COMMERCE PARK
*minimum consideration is an entire building, only serious and highly qualified need apply.
Thoughtfully Designed & Developed for a Sustainable Future
10 Grow Houses
2 floors, 75,000 S.F. Each Floor
1,500,000 S.F. total
9 Laboratories @ 25,000 each.
(10) 25′ x 100′ Labs per building @ 2,500 S.F.
225,000 S.F. total
3 Rest Areas @ 18,600 S.F. each.
55,800 S.F. total
4 Commerce buildings @ 25,000 S.F. each floor.
200,000 S.F. total.
Testing Office @ 25,000 S.F. each floor.
50,000 S.F. total
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Letter from the Designers : Dr. Robert Felden and Saccullo Family.
Make No Little Plans; They Have No Magic to Stir Men’s Blood and Probably Themselves Will Not Be Realized. Make Big Plans; Aim High in Hope
Architect for the Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Plan of Chicago
Approach to Site Planning and Design
The applicant has a full understanding, appreciation and respect for the environmental value the site possesses. It is a critically significant component of the applicant’s long-range vision, mission, goals and objectives for the project.
The applicant recognizes, large scale remote development within the vast environs of Inyo County’s fragile Mojave Desert brings with it grave responsibilities. Whatever is built must respect the site and setting, its environmental constraints, native flora and fauna, and all other ecological communities that are present. These native inhabitants have existed and resided on-site long before humankind entered this region – or the valley.
The applicant understands every development impacts the surrounding environment. To compensate nature appropriately for its damages, projects must include significant, strategically considered, positioned means and measures to help mitigate and offset disruption development produces. In this instance the applicant accepts this responsibility and seeks to have this project visually identify and express through its, planning, architecture and design, its respect for the site and setting, and the enhancements to the environs the project includes. In all instances: Less – becomes More!
At the same time, at the applicant’s vision is that the planning, architecture and design for this proposed project looks not to examples of commercial cannabis projects located elsewhere around the nation as something to emulate, but look well into the future to where America’s hemp and cannabis industry will be globally – beyond 20 years from today. It is the applicant’s strong belief and position, that even before that time, there will be a long-line of tested and accepted hemp and cannabis products in every household assisting people daily in numerous aspects of their lives worldwide; and, this project through its innovative contributions to health and science will be recognized as a driving force in benefiting humanity.
The applicant’s vison is that within the context of a unique and advanced approach to planning, architecture and design, a highly educated workforce will be attracted to Inyo County and this project – and visitors to the region to view these attractions will increase dramatically. New employees and added visitors in turn, will attract other important segments of the workforce that are necessary to support the daily needs of this new increased population. All of this results in added value to Inyo County well beyond the tax revenues it receives through hemp and cannabis sales. Innovative, creative, environmental friendly and highly sustainable planning, architecture and design result in significant added values.
In expressing the applicant’s vision, the Architect has created and directed a highly unique planning and design strategy to limit the invasion proposed development has upon nature and the site. This strategy incorporates agriculture and enhanced desert landscaping to provide the existing community of ecosystems a better, more sustainable habitat; a habitat that insures continued life and life-support for as long as the project and development exists. In securing existing ecosystems the habitat is also designed to attract other life forms and to provide seasonal resting places for migratory species, hummingbirds and butterflies.
Beyond providing innovative site amenities for supporting ecosystems, this unique approach to planning and design is supported by renewable energy and re-cycled water systems for irrigation and operations – where recycled bi-products of hemp and cannabis production are transformed into valuable soil amendments for site use and sale to others. Beyond traditional underground infrastructure, foundations and ground floor reinforced concrete slabs, all building components are constructed off-site and are transported to the site for installation – as the project proceeds. This unique strategic process developed by the Architect for this work minimizes the disruption of natural life upon and surrounding the site.
Architectural elements are uniquely simple, straight-forward, easy to install and maintain. The Architect’s advanced-design approach is expressed in the applicant’s vision, and will be contemporary and state-of- the-art long into the future – and an invaluable asset in numerous ways to Inyo County.
Less – is More! Planning and design throughout the site and development clearly expresses the applicant’s vision – and, certainly is in keeping with Daniel Burnham’s philosophy of “Making No Little Plans”!
Un-reusable waste water is captured and directed to a central septic treatment center and leaching field beneath the composting yard. Other than fruit and nut trees, all landscape materials are drought-tolerant, native/regional materials, cacti, decomposed granite and stone boulders. Landscape materials are specially selected to support desert butterflies, hummingbirds and bees. The orchard area and cacti gardens are unique in that each produces agricultural materials integral to health products manufactured on campus.
Trees and landscaping planted beyond the orchard and cacti gardens are used principally as protective habitats and food sources for birds, small animals and insects. Tree canopies also serve as environmental filters for dust and air pollution. Trees are especially useful in this design for shading motor vehicles that inherently emit VOC’s from lengthy exposure to heat and solar radiation.
All buildings and site structures are constructed of non-combustible materials. Building structures use moment frame designs uniquely to maximize flexibility and allow incremental exterior development supporting a wide range of perimeter wall options for tenants below 8 feet in height. Building systems envelopes include highly insulated walls and roofs – that exceed LEED Gold performance criteria. Indoor demising walls are also designed and developed by the Architect using foam-insulated panels that hermetically and acoustically seals and isolates one space from another. Rooftops are designed specifically to provide platforms for solar panels for generating on-site electrical energy. Exterior walkways along perimeters of buildings are also service corridors that accommodate pallets passing in both directions that are sheltered by large overhangs and horizontal louvers designed to eliminate solar gain in the desert along the perimeter walls of each building. Roof-tops over the walkways are designed specifically to provide equipment platforms for installing modular heating, ventilating and air-conditioning package units for indoor human comfort and indoor production operations.
All buildings and habitable structures are provided with automatic fire-suppression systems, heat detectors and fire alarms. All corridors lead to exterior exit ways and stairs.
2-hour rated building separations isolate areas where any hazardous material from any unlikely explosion is provided via (4) insulated plastic skylights. The skylights provide a unique architectural means for incorporating pressure relief from explosions without significant damage to the structure. Upward relief from any explosion also isolates the explosion from occupants exiting the structure. All hazardous areas and hazardous materials are located and/or stored in one-story buildings or in other areas that are fire- rated to accommodate the special occupancy.
Roofing is a single-ply highly reflective membrane and flashing that is mechanically fastened – or installed with an adhesive that bonds the materials to each other. The roofing membrane has a minimum installed life-cycle and full warranty for 20 years.
Respectfully Designed and Submitted,
Dr. Robert Fielden, NCARB, FAIA