The AC in tower one was non existent

I was working at the control room on Tuesday when a huge problem occurred.

In the control room, there are lots of different monitors and screens.

These monitors and screens tell me exactly what is going on around the business property. The business property includes a casino, hotel, and several shops and businesses. Each one of the areas have sensors that measure the temperature, lighting, and amount of people moving through the corridors. When there is a problem with the temperature or lighting, a small red light comes on to the screen to alert me that there is some type of problem. These problems are often not very serious, but I have to check on them when they come up. When I was in the control room on Tuesday, I saw the light come on for the temperature monitor in Tower one. The temperature monitor gauge was reading a steady and full five degrees lower than the temperature should be in that specific hotel tower. I left my post and took the walkie-talkie with me. I went to Tower 1 to measure the indoor temperatures near the area where the sensor is located. There was a hot tray of food sitting under the sensor. Someone had left their food sitting in the hallway. It didn’t seem like the type of problem that would raise the temperatures, but I was satisfied with my findings. Unfortunately, later that day the red light came on again and this time there was no food located near the center. This time I had to alert the engineer so he could check on the heating and cooling situation.


Heating and air conditioning