Toronto, Canada (2012)
The Project Challenges
The Developer worked with Halton on a previous food court and knew that Halton could help with some challenges on this, their flagship property/With 24 food service operators in the space, exhausting and controlling them was the biggest challenge. In addition, The Eaton Centre is in the heart of Toronto and the effluent had to be as clean as possible. The food court resides 3 levels below the street and the roof 9 stories above the street. With an existing infrastructure in place it would be cost prohibitive to run 24 separate chases to accommodate each tenant.
(Capture Jet Hood with UV Technology and Supply Air)
(M.A.R.V.E.L. Intelligent Demand Controlled Ventilation system for professional kitchens)
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