Stability Cannabis Expanded Operations in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The company’s expansion includes construction of an additional 22,000 square feet of cannabis flowering rooms, employee facilities, packaging facilities and additional state-of-the-art filtration and lighting systems.
Established as one of the largest indoor cannabis cultivators, processing and retail operations in Oklahoma, Stability Cannabis said it will grow to be one of the largest cultivators in North America through the announced expansion.
"The growth of Stability has been remarkable thanks to our statewide network of dispensary partners. The 'phase two' expansion project of our indoor cultivation facility will further develop our cannabis campus in central Oklahoma City, increasing our growing canopy by an additional 22,000 square feet along with addition production and packaging facilities," said chief executive officer Denver Kitch.
"The expansion involves an investment of nearly $4 million and shows our commitment to Oklahoma and our employees. We thank the City of Oklahoma City for their support in timely review and approval of the permits for our phase two expansion, especially against the disruption caused by COVID-19," said COO David Lewis. "Our expansion will create 40 new high paying jobs at a time when so many people have been put out of work due to the global pandemic," he added.
"Construction is on track to be complete in August of 2020 and will begin producing harvestable crops by October 2020," reported chief cultivator Austin Clay.
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