I am in the process of pre-engagement to do work with a company that has special needs.
95% of our work as Consultants has been with companies that are above ground and at the most 6 levels down such as some of the older hotels in Manhattan, NYC.
This company will have 1 level above ground as an entry point for trucks and then freight elevators will go down 30 levels.
I was wondering if any of you have ever been involved in determing atmospheric conditions for the storage of canned (metal & plastic) or bottled (glass) in this type of facility.
The reported ambient temperatures will be a constant 60-65 degrees with normal pressure from the surface and enhanced pressure to levels 20 to 30 as the temperature of the surrounding earth (outside the walled encasement rooms) actually begins going up instead of down as it does with levels down to 19th level.