Overview of The
Proposed APVG Corporate Campus
Integrated Ventures has elected to establish its corporate headquarters within California starting later this year. Although not the most business friendly state, California offers many other advantages we felt outweighed the excessive tax and regulations.
Our goal is to build a multi-building Corporate Campus within the proposed APVG campus as shown in
the rough conceptual site rendering above, designed for a potential 41 acre Camarillo, California parcel under consideration. We are also considering a smaller independent campus for our businesses only within the Ventura or Santa Barbara County, California region.
Assuming we can build the proposed campus, each company will design and build its equipment and related fixtures needed to grow our Impact Venture Parks (Impact Parks), their related retail products,
systems and sales operations. As our centralized global headquarters it allows us to build separate company management teams, while working together in a collective way to accomplish our common goals and objectives.
The Campus is the first of many construction projects we will be undertaking, and subject to funding, hope to have underway by early 2021. Our logic behind the Campus model is simple. We believe that building our own custom equipment and the related fixtures we need, we can not only ensure the
quality of these items, but control the delivery timelines and better service our clients.
By eliminating third party fabricators and installers whenever possible, we will save millions of dollars in fees and mark-ups as well. This is important since Integrated Ventures will own and operate all of our Impact Parks directly. Our Campus will feature an active AirWater PlugHUB facility that also serves as a working demonstration showcase and training center.
Plastic2Power will manufacture and service all the plastic waste processing plants. Our Integrated SolarUV division will pre-fabricate the PlugHUB solar systems and carport canopies. Our PlugHUBS division will build the pre-engineered buildings it needs and install them.
Our AirWater division will build and service the atmospheric water making units for our PlugHUBS, and Travel Cafes network, providing local water companies and private parties a renewable water resource. Our Fruit & Veggie division will build all grow racks and related items, supply all lights and controls, then install and service all locations.
Our Integrated Campus is expected to employ over 600 locals once established and underway in late 2021: From office workers to welders, assembly workers to engineers, system designers to field installation teams, warehouse workers to truck drivers, Integrated Ventures will become one of the larger employers within the area by 2022.