Designing Efficiencies

When time-to-market is key, Harvest Design is the solution. Our team of licensed architects and engineers can help plan and execute your building with a more efficient process and schedule.

The traditional design, bid, build construction process that defines today’s commercial building market is inefficient and wasteful. Harvest Integrated believes in the value of time and money, and as a result has maximized the efficiency of a design-build approach where critical path decisions drive our design team, provide certainty to our construction teams and efficiency to our customers.

Ahead of the Curve

At Harvest Integrated our process has determined that building loads are a critical path design decision. Since we work directly with our clients to facilitate both the design and the construction process, this allows large-scale equipment to be ordered early in the design process. Most project schedules compress down to 6-8 months and reduce the communication barriers between stakeholders.

Vertically Integrated

We provide end-to-end building services with design, procurement, manufacturing, construction and technology/monitoring.

Design Standardization & Optimized Operations

Cultivation and processing facilities are more about function than form. By standardizing the design around Harvest Air and Harvest Power, we optimize the functions and your operations. Whether for a single-site, or for a multi-site program, the goal is the same: eliminate waste and create value.

Streamlined Supply Chain

As the manufacturer of your critical systems, Harvest Integrated eliminates numerous middlemen, resulting in reduced cost, improved speed to market and construction efficiencies.

Their Process

Our Process

Offsite Construction & Prefabrication

Offsite construction and prefabrication are a core focus of our design strategy, allowing us to provide greater precision, higher productivity, and tighter quality control. Additionally, offsite construction and prefabrication allow us to reduce waste, mitigate variability in local labor markets, reduce onsite risk, and take tighter control of the supply chain.