I’m a corporate contractor in a sizable city and I’ve just been awarded a task that I cited a bid on to redevelop an old factory building. It’s incredibly exciting for us to be in charge of such a sizable project. Once the factory restoration is complete, it will have over 15 unique businesses, including many restaurants. My sibling has his own HVAC corporation, and I’ll be receiving a bid from his heating, cooling and ventilation equipment supplier to deliver all the HVAC company for the warehouse. With the steakhouses in particular, the ventilation will be of utmost importance. Commercial kitchens deal with a lot more heat than house living rooms, due to the tremendous volume of food being cooked. Subsequently, the ventilation will have to be state-of-the-art. That ventilation component will be even more important, since the restaurants will all be housed under a single roof, in the renovated factory. I do not want the smell of cooked meat permeating the candy store, or the ice cream shop, for instance. The many other dealers will be expecting and receiving excellent ventilation, so that if a fish market goes into the development, the air throughout the facility will continue to be fresh. Proper ventilation in commercial shopping centers is severely important and it will ensure the health of the staff and the customers. He will deliver a bid for the HVAC ducts that will be necessary for each location. That will include all the HVAC components from the smallest cooling and heating system for a small store, to the commercial dining hall air ducts. All the components necessary to ensure each company has a well-ventilated environment.