FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CHICAGO, IL (DECEMBER 8, 2021) – Cannabis Facility Construction (CFC), a national, full-service, cannabis design-build construction firm, is pleased to have completed construction on three new dispensaries for Justice Cannabis Co. in Massachusetts, Michigan and Missouri.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Justice Cannabis Co. to support their recent expansion, and partner with them on multiple new projects in Massachusetts, Michigan, and Missouri, in addition to our previous work together,” said Andy Poticha, Founder & CEO at Cannabis Facility Construction. “Our ability to provide speed to market and deep design-build expertise has proven essential for our clients to open quickly and correctly.”
These three latest Bloc Dispensary retail projects include a 3,200-square-foot recreational dispensary at 200 East Main Street in Benton Harbor, Michigan; a 4,000-square-foot recreational dispensary at 461 Wareham Street in Middleborough, Massachusetts, one-hour south of Boston; and a 3,400-sqare-foot medical dispensary at 2093 Smizer Station Road in Valley Park, Missouri, approximately 30 minutes outside of St. Louis. The Valley Park location in particular was previously a quick service restaurant with an existing drive-thru, making it appealing to convert and ensure traffic flow for speed of service and online order pickups, and to support a growing percentage of customers who prefer to order their cannabis online.
All three dispensaries feature custom millwork, decorative wood and glass product displays, brick accent walls, LED display monitors, a highly advanced security system and exterior black metal paneling to create a welcoming customer experience.
“It’s been a pleasure working with Cannabis Facility Construction,” said JC Clark Evans, Director of Construction. “They were able to come in mid-project, complete high quality work, and collaborate with us to find solutions to help us expand and grow our business.”
Cannabis Facility Construction has renovated, or is in the process of renovating, five facilities for Justice Cannabis Co. in Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri as well as in New Jersey, including retail dispensaries and cultivation facilities.
For more information on these and other projects by Cannabis Facility Construction, visit www.cannabisfacility.net.
ABOUT CANNABIS FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
Cannabis Facility Construction (CFC), a division of Mosaic Construction, is a national, industry leader in full-service cannabis facility design-build. Since 2015, the company has renovated more than 70 cultivation facilities, processing centers, and dispensary projects in 12 states, including Arizona, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. Its principal leadership team led by Andy Poticha, Ira Singer and Mike Frazin offers more than three decades of experience in construction, design-build, diverse operational and financial management, and facility development. For more information, visit www.cannabisfacility.net.