I am renovating a bathroom and have ordered a new corner shower stall. I have already stripped everything out and wanted to get everything ready for the new stall.
I was reading the installation destructions and it said to place the drain pipe in the corner of the room, 12" from each side. This would have been no problem, except that it is smack in the middle of a floor joist.
BTW, the structure is 3/4" plywood over 2x10s on 24" center, with a 12 ft. span, all over a 32" crawlspace.
In the attached photo, you can see the old drain, the joist, and the plywood seam. The new enclosure demands that the drain be placed right in the middle of the seam.
So, DIY experts, I am looking for suggestions how to accomplish this drain move. Yes, I could shift the entire enclosure over a couple of inches, but that would mess up the layout of the rest of this already too small bathroom.