Maintaining a heating system for a commercial building is of major importance, especially when the comfort of the buildings' patrons relies on it. However, sometimes the heating system has more of an impact on a project than comfort alone.
Take for instance the case of Tavern on the Green, the world-renowned restaurant located in New York City's Central Park. Built in 1870, the initial structure served as a sheepfold until the 1930s when the original Tavern on the Green was launched. In the mid-1970s, the restaurant received a $10 million, two-year renovation that resulted in the lavish restaurant that stands today.