You are invited to browse through our website where you will find a variety of information about Nexus. This website has lots of downloads including photos, our latest brochures, structure specs, and product information.
We divided the site by market hoping that you could see projects that we have worked on that are similar to your interests. Whether you are looking for a structure that is simple and inexpensive, one that will last for generations, or one that will make an architectural statement, you can find examples of those projects in here. You may find a person who can help you with your next project by just clicking on the map below.
For more than 45 years Nexus has been working to design quality greenhouses that maximize crop production and help optimize profits. This website will give you a flavor of what we can do for you whether you are a botanical garden, a rooftop grower in a metropolitan area, an algae grower, a research greenhouse, a residence, or a traditional grower or retail garden center.
Our structures are affordable with uncompromising quality. Nexus has multiple manufacturing sites and a broad product line. Our team of in-house professional engineers is licensed in 48 states. Experience the possibilities for yourself. Take the tour of site and then contact us to explore the exciting options available for you.
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.
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.