About two months ago, my roommate fell off a building at his workplace. He was about eighteen feet up from the ground when he fell. He banged head his at once concrete, and he is now in the brain trauma unit. He is definitely employee of our city and she’s the lead mechanic at the wastewater treatment building. He had been only 14 months from retirement when he fell, and now he or she is having to live a tiny percentage of his salary because that is what the worker’s compensation insurance plan provides. It is very awful, but he is working hard in the brain trauma center. He has multiple therapies, including physical, occupational and cognitive therapies to help him get his memory back. The center is a really useful place with a lot of modern equipment. Their HVAC equipment is super cool. They have very today’s technology. They have HVAC zone control so they can control the thermostat settings differently in different areas. They will have it lower in the occupational therapy room because they will use stoves, and it shall be higher in the physical therapy room because they have a pool and patients are wet. They also use multi split air conditioning, which can be ingenious. There is no ductwork to be worried with! I was actually talking to one of the many employees about the heating and cooling systems. She informed me they brought in an HVAC technology company and got an HVAC installation done. Then she explained they even have hydronic heated floors.