Our Company History

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Our Company History
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Our Mission

“Leading with global horticultural partners to provide custom-engineered manufacturing and growing solutions.”

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2018 – Construction begins on Aurora Sun

Sun is a a 1.62 million sq. ft. /150,000 sq. meters semi-closed, fully automated greenhouse. The next generation of Sky.

2017 – Aurora Nordic

Construction begins. The design incorporates the latest thinking in fully EU GMP compliant cannabis production and extraction technologies. The facility design fully supports low labour/energy/input costs while maintaining rigid EU GMP requirements.

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H18

Late 2017 – Construction of Aurora Sky begins

The world’s largest accumulation of integrated technologies, for cannabis, under one roof. 800,000 sq. ft. / 74,000 meters squared of high yielding, high quality cannabis supporting GACP/GMP compliance principles throughout.

2017 – Aurora Larssen Projects is formed

Aurora Larssen Projects is formed to work on mass-scale cannabis facilities in Canada and elsewhere.

H14

Late 2016 – Larssen Ltd. accomplishes its 50th mass-scale cannabis greenhouse facility design.

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H13

Early 2000s – First cannabis designs begin at request of federally legal producers

2003 – Larssen LTD is incorporated in Canada

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H11[1]

2002 – Larssen begins to work with the first forced-air greenhouse designs

1992 – Rosager Larssen Established

Company becomes Rosager Larssen, with Jørn Rosager, as Hans Rosager retires, handing over the baton of tradition to Thomas.

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H15

1992 – First CoGen installations

One of the first greenhouse CoGen installations is designed and implemented.

1991 – Thomas Larssen designs his first aluminum superstructure

Thomas Larssen designs his first aluminum superstructure which integrates all greenhouse technical systems into the greenhouse structure itself. This leads to new efficiencies, increased strength, along with weight and cost savings.

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H7[1]

1986 – Begins Using AutoCAD

Use of AutoCad begins, revolutionizing the drafting/design process.

1986 – Thomas Larssen joins his uncle’s business

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H5

1985 – Mobile bench systems implemented

1970s – First aluminum systems are being implemented in Denmark

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1970s – Opening up engineering opportunities in USSR

Close cooperation with Clauhan Projects  A/S – Opening up engineering opportunities in USSR. At the time, one of these projects is the world’s largest facility of up to 200 or more hectares.

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H2

1970s – Copenhagen Botanical Garden

Substantial renovations made to Copenhagen Botanical Garden.

1960s – Family Tradition Begins

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2017 – Aurora Larssen Projects is formed

Aurora Larssen Projects is formed to work on mass-scale cannabis facilities in Canada and elsewhere.

Early 2000s – First cannabis designs begin at request of federally legal producers

2003 – Larssen LTD is incorporated in Canada

2002 – Larssen begins to work with the first forced-air greenhouse designs

1992 – Rosager Larssen Established

Company becomes Rosager Larssen, with Jørn Rosager, as Hans Rosager retires, handing over the baton of tradition to Thomas.

1992 – First CoGen installations

One of the first greenhouse CoGen installations is designed and implemented.

1991 – Thomas Larssen designs his first aluminum superstructure

Thomas Larssen designs his first aluminum superstructure which integrates all greenhouse technical systems into the greenhouse structure itself. This leads to new efficiencies, increased strength, along with weight and cost savings.

1986 – Begins Using AutoCAD

Use of AutoCad begins, revolutionizing the drafting/design process.

1986 – Thomas Larssen joins his uncle’s business

1985 – Mobile bench systems implemented

1970s – Opening up engineering opportunities in USSR

Close cooperation with Clauhan Projects  A/S – Opening up engineering opportunities in USSR. At the time, one of these projects is the world’s largest facility of up to 200 or more hectares.

1970s – First aluminum systems are being implemented in Denmark

1970s – Copenhagen Botanical Garden

Substantial renovations made to Copenhagen Botanical Garden.

1960s – Family Tradition Begins