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Gill and Mitchell van der Drift building for Thermo Energy Systems:

Mountain High sets first piers at Golden Fresh Farms project

Subcontractor Mountain High recently started with the construction of the 77,000 m2 greenhouse of Golden Fresh Farms in Wapakoneta, Ohio. The project, built for Canadian turnkey greenhouse provider Thermo Energy Systems Inc, is the first phase of the 200 acre proposed project.

Golden Fresh Farms currently operates 100 acres of greenhouse facilities in Kingsville, Ontario. The Wapakoneta greenhouse is their first expansion into the U.S, and is designed for year round production of tomatoes.

Mountain High's crew is responsible for the foundation, building, glazing and screening at this project. It is just one of the many projects they have realized in the United States over the last couple of years. The company can be considered as the largest subcontractor for greenhouse construction in the U.S. and many companies rely on their services, specialized machinery and skilled people. Over the past few years they were responsible for the construction for leading growers like SunSelect, Houweling's, Windset Farms, EuroFresh and Village Farms.

"We have been very busy over here lately", said Mitchell van der Drift of Mountain High. "We just finished another project at Bushel Boy Farms in Minnesota for Dutch greenhouse builder VB Group and after this project our crews will head to the West Coast to start building another large greenhouse for KUBO in California."

If we are to believe the pictures, the crew of Mountain High is so busy, that even father and son Van der Drift were present on the job site with setting the first piers in Ohio

For more information:
Mountain High Greenhouse Construction
Mitchell van der Drift
[email protected]