This course is intended for architects and other planning, code compliance and construction professionals to learn about best practices, codes, regulations, equipment, and work practices required to construct a safe and compliant c cannabis / marijuana cultivation, extraction and/or infusion facility.
You will learn the differences between the types of marijuana facilities, operations, processes being used, and their associated construction and engineering challenges.
- Types of Facilities
- Equipment and Processes
- Hazardous Material
- Cannabis Facility Laws and Regulations
- Cannabis Construction Contract Administration
- Cannabis Facility Design and Occupant Comfort
- Cannabis Facility Building Systems
Pricing and Registration
- AIASF Member: $295
- General Admission: $395
The price for this course is $295 and provides 6 HSW credit hours to AIA architects.
If you have not already done so, please create an account on the aiasf.org website here (you will need this to sign up for all AIA events); AIASF members will automatically have a profile on the AIASF website. You do not need to be an AIA member to register with the website or to attend events - everyone is welcome. While logged into your account, complete your registration by clicking the "register" button at the top right of this page.
If you have any difficulties creating a profile on the AIASF website, logging in, or registering for an event, please contact the AIASF reception at email@example.com.
James L. Lieberman is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, has a B.S. degree in chemistry from the University of Richmond and an M.B.A. from the University of Colorado. He founded and leads THC Safety and serves clients as a senior safety and compliance professional.
He is the author of A Practical Guide for Hazardous Waste Management, Administration and Compliance, The Business of Environmental Health & Safety Management and Cannabis Concentrate Production, Processes, Hazards and Controls.
In 1984 Colorado Mountain College awarded Jim as instructor of the year and in 2009 he was honored by American Industrial Hygiene Association – Rocky Mountain Section as Industrial Hygienist of the year.
Mr. Lieberman has been an invited speaker presenting for the America Chemical Society, The American Industrial Hygiene Association and private industry groups.