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GGS has been a world-class designer, manufacturer, and installer of commercial greenhouse structures since 1979 and our greenhouses are built to last. Here are the ways GGS can design, manufacture, and install the right commercial greenhouse for you.
Quality of plant environment is our number one priority when designing a greenhouse structure. Whether you are looking for a Coldframe, High Tunnel, Freestanding Greenhouse, or a Venlo, Curved Glass or Poly Covered Gutter Connectedstructure, we start with the end in mind: A Quality Commercial Greenhouse Environment.
Our industrial greenhouse manufacturing starts with quality materials. CNC rolling machines, hydraulic saws, and welders who are A660 certified to the highest standards transform steel and aluminum into production greenhouses for commercial floriculture, vegetable production, horticulture research, greenhouse teaching facilities, and retail garden centers.
GGS has been the choice for greenhouse growers and garden centers all over the world. All of our greenhouse structures come with a complete set of construction blueprints, and growers have the option to hire a GGS supervisor to lead their installation or GGS can provide the entire greenhouse construction crew. GGS installation teams are instructed to our gold standard safety policies and procedures. GGS installations can be found throughout Canada, the US, Europe, Mexico, Japan, the Caribbean, and Africa.
Our team of dedicated greenhouse professionals will help you choose the best structure to fit your needs, whether you’re a floriculture grower, vegetable grower, university researcher, or operating a retail garden center. At GGS we understand that each customer and situation is unique, and we will be there every step of the way to ensure you maximize the value for your crops regarding structural requirements, heating, cooling, ventilation, benches, irrigation, environmental controls, and many other greenhouse supplies.
Last Friday’s news hit me hard. Hostess was declaring bankruptcy for good. No more Twinkies®! Admittedly I didn’t personally shed a tear for the indestructible vanilla cakette, I never liked the stuff, not even as a child. But what about Hostess Cupcakes, Ding Dongs®, and Ho Ho’s®. Those little bites of chocolaty goodness are as much a part of my childhood as Yo-Yos and a Slinky.
What happened, what are the underlining reasons for the demise of an 82 year old industry…Continue
Posted on November 21, 2012 at 4:30pm
Now is the time to begin planning for next year’s building projects, whether you are retrofitting or building new. To help you with planning an expansion, reducing operating costs, or improving efficiency, here are some tips to assist you in the process.
The first step is to know what you want to accomplish.…
Posted on November 13, 2012 at 3:00pm