No, just dumb, this was about 3-4 years ago. He's much better now, though.
Same job, he also ran a conduit along steel square column, and made sure it was perfectly plumb, but running waaaaay off center to the edge by the time it made it to the purlins. Took him a while to fix it because anytime somebody would mention it he'd go put his level on it and blame it on optical illusions.
Oh one of those guys, I thought you meant he was being critical not avoiding the obvious.
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They have no idea what looks good or not. A lot of electrician don't seem to understand this.
I've done commercial, industrial, and residential and I can't think of a single customer who would ever notice the difference.
They wouldn't. But I would and that's what counts.
I personally would not like the appearance of two conduits strapped that way.
When I ran conduit years ago, I staggered my straps so none of them were vertically aligned. Close, but never in the same place.
It always looked the best to me.