When one thinks of an upscale entertainment venue, which will very likely draw in some of the most famous entities in this country, that person would generally discuss the types of tables, the color palette, the artwork that may grace the wall, the layout of the bar, or even the size of the windows. Undoubtedly, all talk would center around the ambiance of the space. After all, when a person walks into a new space, the first thing he or she notices is the appearance, right?
Technically, according to the experts, when we scope out a new destination, we tend to use all of our senses to form a first opinion. Yes, of course, that means that we take in the sights with our eyes. Particularly in a place that offers dining options, we breathe in the aromas. We may even reach out to touch the smooth granite counter, the soft linen table clothes or the rough exposed brick. But, out experience of the space does not end there. There is also the matter of how it feels. A place that is so frigid that a person doesn’t feel comfortable taking off his or her coat in order to dine isn’t welcoming. But, then, neither is a place that is so hot that it causes a person to perspire or makes him or her too uncomfortable to enjoy the entertainment offered.
It is for this reason that one developer, in the heart of one of the biggest entertainment centers in this nation, has announced that a very large percentage of his budget for the creation of a new Performing Arts Theater will go toward HVAC. He went on to remark on the fact that this is a space that can be enjoyed year-round. Those in charge of allotting money for various elements of the project chose to put a big portion of the funds toward HVAC upgrades to the space in order to ensure that guests are comfortable regardless of the weather conditions outdoors. Additionally, the sensors, controls, and other add-ons will help improve the efficiency of the building and that means less expense.