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Green-Building Technology Campus in Maricopa, AZ

The Garden of Eden Investment Group is proposing to develop the first of it's kind, a 200 plus acre, state-of-the-art technology campus in a newly designed Industrial Park in Maricopa AZ featuring sustainable green-building technology companies functioning in vertically integrated operations.  The entire campus is designed and operated to create a full-service, green-building hempblock and hempcrete supply chain production operation that includes:

Decortication Plant Facility

Hempblock Production Factory

Hempblock Curing & Storage Warehouses

Modular Constructed Hempblock Homes Factory

Modular Constructed Hempblock Homes Warehouse Fulfillment Center

Modular Constructed 3D Hempcrete Printed Homes Factory

Modular Constructed 3D Hempcrete Printed Homes Warehouse Fulfillment Center

Permaculture Design, Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture Company

Administration Building Hempblock/Hempcrete Homes Sales, Fulfillment/Offices, Boardroom

Employee Tiny Home Eco-Village Integrated in a Food Forest with ponds, walkways, sitting areas

Organic Cafeteria/Restaurant for employees and open to the Public

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1.  Garden of Eden Hemp Train Decortication Facility

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The first Stage One of  production is  an on-site state-of-the-art HempTrain decorticator with patented kinetic separation technology system from Canadian Greenfield Technologies Corp that separates round and square baled hemp straw into high-volume, high-value Hemp Hurd.  The decortication plant facility will service a 100 square mile service area for Industrial hemp farmers growing hemp hurd, hemp fiber.

The Hemp Train Decortication system is optimized for the mass-processing of hemp straw bales into three premium streams: bast fiber, hurd, and green microfiber (GMF)

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makes Hempcrete that is a building material for Construction
makes Hempblock--  8" x 12"x 16" Hempblocks for Home Construction
makes Animal Bedding-- healthiest, safest bedding for animals
makes Biodefgradable plastics, textiles.  clothing, paper
Makes CBD, CBG, CBN endocannabinoids, beverages, pet food supplements,  beauty products, soil supplement


70 percent of hemp plants is composed of the hurd material that has a primary market for animal bedding, hempcrete and hempblock production. There are no Hempblock production factories in USA. Hermpblock is imported from Canada, Europe and Australia.



Hemp fiber is used to make paper, textiles, biodegradable plastics, health food, fuel, insulation, ropes, twine, cables, carpets, sail cloth, canvas, ship cordage, clothing.  Long hemp fibers can be spun and woven to fine quality fabric used in clothing, home furnishing textiles and floor coverings. Hemp fibers are also used in automobile industry for reinforcing molded thermoplastics. The short fibers (tow) are used for manufacturing insulation products, fiber board and erosion control mats. The fibrous core can be blended with lime to make strong and lightweight concrete.

Long fiber makes long and strong strands (superior to cotton) suitable for textiles. Hemp is used for making variety of textile products, such as bedspreads, blankets, backpacks, carpets, clothing, draperies, hats, luggage, mattresses, sails, sheets, shoes, shirts, tents, towels and upholstery. Hemp textiles have a number of exclusive advantages over other fabrics like hemp textiles are longer, stronger, more lustrous and absorbent and more mildew resistant than cotton textiles.


This nutrient-rich supplement is ideal for multiple high-value infused and extraction products market including CBD, CBG, CBN endocannabinoids, beverages, pet food supplements,  beauty products, soil supplement

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2.  Garden Of Garden Hempblock Production Factory

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Garden of Eden Eco Village Inc Hempblock & Hempcrete Factory Plant Facility

2500 Square Foot Automated Hempblock/Hempcrete Production Factory



Phase 1 facilitates the pre-development planning with equity, strategic and alliance partnerships to build out in Phase 1 that includes the planning, design and installation teams, budgets, scheduling, vendor lists, operating costs, inventory outputs, and revenue projections, distribution market.

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Hempcrete/Hempblock factory is in close proximity to the primary supply chain hub; Factory uses smart AI technology with raw material bins automated with conveyor system taking prepared hemp hurd into Hempcrete mixers that combine prepared, prefiltered raw 1/8 inch hurd material, lime, water, sand, prepared bast fiber into proprietary hempcrete formula composition.  Mixers prepare and mix the formula evenly and then disperses hempcrete into automated hose system that blows the hempcrete into the 8” height by 12”width by 16” Length moulds 3 press section with automated compactor system. The moulds would have 8” x12” x 16” as its primary main hemp brick size but other various size production runs would be automated in automated conveyor system. The hempblock molds are automated into a quick drying and staging process to remove gases and then proceeds into an automated palletizing system that is then moved by forklifts into large open-sided warehouses for curing/storage next to the Hempblock Factory.

15,000 Square Foot Cure/Storage Open-Sided Warehouses (Five 2500 square foot open-sided warehouses with 1 closed warehouse with 4 bay shipping & receiving dock)

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15,000 Square Foot Cure/Storage Open-Sided Warehouses (6 Total Warehouses that includes five 2500 square foot open-sided warehouses with 1 closed warehouse with four bay doors with shipping & receiving dock)

The open-sided storage warehouses are the last stage of Hempblock production with forklifts loading the pallets into open-sided warehouses next to the Hempblock Factory.  All warehouses have permanent metal shelving bins that are 50 foot tall.  The storage warehouses are also used for long form cure stages-- 3 to 6 weeks.   After the cure time, the storage warehouses function in typical warehouse fulfillment operations for distribution operations.  A four-bay door, Shipping and Receiving dock is built into a primary 4 close sided warehouse where Forklifts load hempblock pallets from shipping/purchase/EDI orders that are loaded into full-truck loads, LTL and rail container.

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3.  GOE Modular Constructed Hempblock Homes Factory

The First Modular Constructed, Fully Sustainable, Green-Built Homes in the World

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Tiny Homes

Manufactures Homes

Estate Homes

A Frame Cabins


Modular Constructed, Prefab 3D Hempcrete Printed Homes Factory will produce Tiny Homes, Manufactured Homes, A-Frame Cabins, Estate Homes inside a manufacturing plant that uses computer-aided design (CAD) software, and robotics using innovative, sustainable construction methods with "lean manufacturing" to prefabricate single story building solutions in deliverable module sections.

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All the different home sections-- exterior walls, interior walls, roof, flooring are constructed in factory, delivered by truck, assembled by crane. Hempcrete is biocomposite material made from the inner woody core--hemp hurd, lime, sand, and water which is used as a material for construction and insulation.  Hempcrete has been used in France since the early 1990s, and more recently in Canada, to construct non-weight bearing insulating infill walls, as hempcrete does not have the requisite strength for constructing foundation and is instead supported by the frame.

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Prefabricated, factory-built home can be constructed for 50% less than a site-built home and this this makes quality housing more affordable for thousands of Americans.  Modular Home Construction Pre-fab Factory-Built homes are manufactured with all the differ-ent home sections-- exterior walls, interior walls, roof, flooring are constructed in the factory, delivered by truck and assembled by crane.  There are five main advantages of Modular Constructed prefabricated factory- built homes.

1.  Cost savings--can be constructed for 50% less than a site-built homes

2.  Less waste-- construction waste disposal are also greatly eliminated

3.   Less time to build-- Production cycles for prefabricated homes are built very fast

4.   Quality control-- superior QC because of an automated climate-controlled setting

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Hempblock is the best green-building material solution to create a green sustainable construction methodology with no toxic or harmful effect.  Hempblock is made of 100 % natural materials and only includes 4 natural raw, unprocessed green materials-- hemp hurd, lime, water, sand.   Hempblock is a extremely versatile building material  and has many advantages:

Wall insulation

Floor insulation

Underneath Floors

Roof insulation


Mold proof



Parasite resistant material

Termite resistant

Hempblock houses need little cooling/heating

3 times more resistant to cracking than concrete

Lightweight weighing 1/7th of concrete

Fully recycled/can be reused for making fertilizers

Offers a constant and healthy indoor climate

3D hempcrete printed homes use a green sustainable construction methodology combined with Modular Home Construction (MHC) where all the different home sections exterior walls, interior walls, roof  are constructed at the 3D printing plant factory.  Below is the process:

1.  Multiple Hempcrete layers printed layer on each home section-- exterior walls, interior walls, roof

2.  12” Hempcrete wall thickness provides high value insulation eliminating the need for Heating, A/C system

3.  Home sections are transported by truck to building site/placed on a foundation by crane with all sections fastened

4.  Provides more flexibility with personalized designs in new architectural design shapes

5.  Can be built in faster acceleration of building production with control of construction costs

6.  Becomes more sustainable as less base coats of material are needed

7.  Four 3D printed homes can be  assembled on a development site by one crane operator/crew

8.  Exceeds all the building regulations

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  4.  GOE Modular Constructed 3D Hempcrete Printed Homes

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3D Hempcrete Printed Home technology is now in a realistic futuristic era because hempcrete recently achieved ICC building code compliance for insulating homes and is the most sustainable building material.   Hempcrete is lightweight, strong, fireproof, termite/ parasite and rodent proof and it can be sustainably grown without any herbicides.


3D printed prefabricated homes can cost up to 45% less than conventional on-site construction.  3D-home construction boasts a shorter supply chain and less waste. This reduction in process and waste makes these homes more eco-friendly. The 3D Hempcrete Printed Homes Factory will build 3D printed houses in a manufacturing facility using contour crafting technology where the robotic arm moves around on rails and prints the house layer by layer. Using 3D Printing and automated modular manufacturing,  homes can be built more efficiently, faster, and cheaper using "lean construction" principles by eliminating waste and building sustainable homes that lowers the cost of construction by building walls, floors, roofs at a fraction of the cost of typical on-site construction.


The 3D Hempcrete Printed Home factory will manufacture Tiny Homes, Manufactured Homes, A-Frame Cabins, Estate Homes.   All the different home sections-- exterior walls, interior walls, roof, flooring are constructed in the factory and delivered by truck,  and assembled by crane.

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Bringing in modern materials and robotic technology automation using artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and robotic process automation (RPA) into integrated 3D Printing and Modular Construction Prefabrications will now drive down the cost of construction to real estate developers, custom home design builders and general contractors.   The 3D printed house prefab system uses contour crafting technology with a robotic arm moving around on rails and prints the house layer by layer. Developers and architects can use more options from a flexible, high quality building system.  Integrating automated assembly line process systems eliminate waste, lower labor costs, increases home production output and providing superior quality control. 

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Robotics are the Future of Modular Construction

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     The Future is Robotic


3D printed exterior walls, interior walls, roof, flooring are constructed in various sections that are then Integrated into an automated assembly line with smart robotic process systems that uses state-of-the-art automated modular manufacturing to produce a better, more precise product lowering labor costs by using automated modular manufacturing to build more efficiently and to lower the cost of construction. Ultimately, that lowers the cost to buy 3D printed modular Constructed homes.

After the 3D Printing process completes the home section in the factory, the exterior walls, interior walls, roof, flooring are moved in the integrated automated assembly line on a train rail cart system into a secondary advanced automation and robotics production system with the following components in home sections installed: 

Air vents
Waste Water Plumbing Pipe Lines
Supply Line Pipe Sections
Electrical Conduits
Electrical Junction Boxes

Electric panel Boxes

Solar Panels on Roofs

Double Pane Windows



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A dedicated Smart-Technology website with virtual home tours, interactive floor plans  and virtual sales counselor enable ordering options and facilitates all orders and sales transactions.  The Virtual Reality Interactive website operates in a highly organized and detailed process for the Small Developer, Large Real Estate Residential Community Developer, Custom Home Builder, and Home Owner to place customized home orders for fully, sustainable Green-Built Hempcrete and Hempblock Technology Homes. The interactive website allows for a 3D rendering to be viewed to see all the selections, options and preferences before placing an order.

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