Greetings, I recently took control of a theater that is in need of some updates. One thing that stands out to me is the original fire curtain that has likely never been tested and needs to be reworked. The facility was built in 1976. Proscenium opening is about 32'W x 16'H. There is a full grid that is walk-able in the loft space. The fire curtain is installed on the counterweight system as the first line-set with what appears to be the original hemp purchase line. In a steel channel with wire rope guides. There are two release lines, one on either side of the stage with a short piece of steel chained to the wall and ground down on one edge to make a crude cutting device. Obviously there can be a lot of variables, I understand. But, given some general assumptions in a typical scenario / perfect world, here are my questions I hope you might be able to help with. 1. - Were fire curtains still commonly made with asbestos in 1976. 2. - What might a rough idea of the cost be to replace this system to bring it up to current standards with a motorized control, etc. 10k, 20k, 100k? I do plan to get specific quotes etc, but for now I need to present some rough budgetary numbers for this and some other items I see that need attention. Thank you in advance for any advice / experience you can share.