If they did their job, then they wouldn't have to work so hard.
Lubbock Lou called to say he was sorry it has taken so long but they have found out what was wrong with the new side door. Apparently it opens inwards, into the building, instead of outwards as planned. It is a double door and one door bumps up against an internal pillar when it is opened which restricts access from the street near the bus stop. He went on to explain this problem could be fixed by removing the pillar, but as it was a load bearing structure it was beyond the scope of the Jughuggers to take the necessary action. I asked Lou if the Jughuggers could simply get the new side door re-hinged so it opened outwards as intended. Lou will talk to the Jughuggers about my idea - I think they will find it to be significantly easier and more efficient to execute as the new side door still doesn't actually exist. However I don't know what their criteria are; they might see their original plan to pass on the notional responsibility as more attractive than actually resolving the notional problem. (Not to mention the issue of how to re-hinge a door which hasn't initially been hinged.)