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Nexus has designed affordable greenhouse structures for you, the grower since 1967. We built our reputation on structures of uncompromising quality and exceptional customer service.
Commercial Growers
COMMERCIAL
Retail Garden Centers
Retail
Research & Educational Greenhouses
Research
Design Professionals
Design
Conservatories & Botanical Greenhouses
Conserve
Residential
Residential
Chain Retail/Supermarket
Chain
Biotech Greenhouses
Biotech
Roof Tops
ROOF
Controlled Environment Greenhouses (CEA)
Controlled
LINX Greenhouses
LINX

Nexus Greenhouses!

Join us at Cultivate, the premier agriculture show in the U.S. from July 11-13 in Columbus, OH at Booth #1025. For more information, visit www.cultivateevent.org.

Founded in 1967, Nexus is one of the country's leading greenhouse designers and manufacturers. Our greenhouses are designed to increase plant growth and production efficiency while reducing operational costs.

At Nexus, we know the agricultural business. Growers count on us due to our expertise in design, engineering, systems integration, construction, and maintenance. Our greenhouses offer tremendous versatility.

By combining state-of-the-art systems with your growing requirements, Nexus will provide the ideal environment for your crops.

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Latest News & Announcements

25
Nov
When You Think You Need A Metal Building

Lucas Greenhouses, a family-owned and operated grower in New Jersey, had outgrown its original shipping facility when owner George Lucas decided to build a new structure in 2014. With demand increasing, the Lucas team was working late into the night during peak months to funnel crops through four shipping doors, and a change was needed.

11
May
Gotham Greens Takes Locally Grown Produce to a Whole New Level

This article in Greenhouse Grower Magazine in July 2014 is a story about Gotham Greens and how they built the country’s FIRST commercial-scale rooftop greenhouse operation in Brooklyn, New York. The article also talks about their plans for two more projects. One is on the rooftop of a Whole Foods Market in Gowanus, Brooklyn and the third is a 60,000 square foot rooftop in the Jamaica neighborhood of Queens. The article explores how they made their vision a reality.

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