Designers and engineers get knocked (rightfully so) all the time for not living "in the real world".
I'm one of those designers. I've never installed any of these systems myself, but I want to know what advice those in the field would wish their designers and engineers knew.
What is one error or issue that you've seen that was due to a designer having a lack of field experience?
Pipe lengths? Obstructions? Elevators? Heights? Fab methods?
What have you seen missed that could have been right the first time if they had field experience?
Looking for ways to keep the field from hating me while acknowledging that I don't come with that level of experience. Thanks in advance.
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