My town finally got its first cannabis dispensary last year. Even though the laws had changed, this is an older, more traditional type of small town. A lot of old people, and younger people who had never left town in their lives, so it was more controversial than it should have been. I was all for it, of course, and not just because they wanted me to work on the construction. I was not averse to a little bit of the “Mary Jane” from time to time, but for me it really was more about work, because the dispensary needed a very specific ventilation system. There are legal reasons for this, mostly, because they don’t need ventilation to clear out a bunch of pot smoke from their store. This is a legit business, they sell medical marijuana but it won’t be smoked on the ground, nonetheless state and local authorities have specific requirements for their ventilation and air quality systems. I have been to the shop and looked over the specs, and honestly it is not a very tricky HVAC system to set up for them. Perhaps there is a little more to it than, say, a bookstore, but it is no more complex that the ventilation at your normal restaurant. I should be able to improve upon what they want, and still come in for under budget, so hopefully it leads to more HVAC contracts. I work fast, I work clean, I work cheap, and no one in town can put together a web of air ducts like I can!