Imagine doing strenuous labor outside dressed in pants, long sleeves, steel toed boots, and heavy construction gloves with the heat index at triple digits. When I began doing this type of work in the summer of 2017, I was vomiting, experiencing chronic heat exhaustion, migraines, and beyond. In the spring of 2018 I was working on a new section of a major international airport. The airport required their contractors to set up cooling tents or to provide temporary structures for their workers. At this time, my body was conditioned to withstand excessive heat for long periods of time, but when I felt the ice fan inside the tent I nearly went cross-eyed. This was the heavenly 30 minutes I looked forward too every day. This is something very useful to anybody who has an outdoor, labor intensive career. Those who do backbreaking work like shoveling, carrying bricks, tree removal, demolition clean up, paver laying, roofing, or rod busting should have mandated cooling stations. I truly believe that anybody who has performed labor in extreme climate zones would agree with me here. This would create more jobs for HVAC technicians and open the door for people to start-up their own local HVAC service. Construction sites are everywhere and they are not going away anytime soon. If we had insulated AC tents for every long-term project, we would be opening a little mini industry. Just by setting up tents, air conditioning, and fans, people could start their own business with very little money. Construction workers could cool down during their break as well. Somebody could probably invent their own portable smart AC unit with universal controls for a boss to cut off the air conditioner at each of his sites when the break is over.