Both of us had to call someone hastily to repair the problem
Temperatures inside the museum exhibit needed to be 33 degrees in order for the sculpture to remain in a frozen State while in the several-hour exhibit. This exhibit was the first time that I ever hosted an crucial and famous artist. I wanted everything to be easily perfect. I set up a special room with multiple different a/cs that are made to cool to a lower temperature. These industrial a/cs were high-priced to rent, but I only needed them for a couple of hours on the night of the exhibit. The team of specialists came to the museum to install all of the specialty cooling equipment. Everything was laboring just superb when they left the building around 2 p.m. The sculpture arrived with her work about an hour later. Both of us were starting to set things up when the artist noticed one of the sculptures seemed to be glossy. She asked myself and others to double-check the temperature inside of the room. That’s when we realized that the temperature was 37 degrees instead of 33 degrees. I immediately contacted the company that installed the a/c machines. I was frantic and frazzled and I saw all of our hopes and dreams going down the toilet. Luckily they had someone on staff to come to our rescue, because I could not have the sculptor put any of the items inside of the building until the temperature problem was fixed completely. I could not start the show without the advertised sculptor set up and ready to go. She was the main attraction on that particular night.