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As a builder for 25 years, I can tell you that on my jobs there was usually some overlap between plumbers and HVAC guys on site. As far as scheduling the other trades, the electrician usually came after these trades since wiring is more easily made to work around ducts and plumbing lines than the other way around. That said, I was a low volume builder generally building only a few relatively larger custom homes. When you get to large scale builders, I suspect that anything goes. The almighty schedule rules.

P.S. That intake and exhaust look suspect also.

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on another thread it was decided that the dinosaurs came first.[:-bigmout[:-banghea

But as far as we know, they were hatched from eggs. [:)]

The piping may have been in place, but the meter could have been installed to the right of the elbow. I'd blame the gas company.

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