Piping designers are responsible for creating drawings of piping structures, laying down the pipes, and maintaining them afterward. These professionals move utilities like water, natural gas, and oil between places through intricate piping systems. Without a piping designer, piping systems wouldn't be as efficient or elaborate as they are today.
A senior piping designer leads a team and oversees its duties. His/Her or her responsibilities extend beyond designing and laying pipe. He/She or she may also review other professionals' work on their team and ensure that they do their jobs according to specified standards. Senior piping designers may also choose which designers go on their team.
To become a senior piping designer, you need a bachelor's or associate degree in piping design. You'll also require years of experience to climb the ladder.