Recently, my team started setting up the field. Our meeting location changed recently, so we have a slightly larger workspace for the 7 teams we have. In the past, whenever teams ever needed to use the field for testing, we would have to assemble it once for the first time, and afterwards try to not disassemble too much of the field. However, our new team coach wants to leave the field assembled in the classroom we use, and try to clear an area that the field will always reside in. Keep in mind that the classroom will still be used for 4-5 periods every day.
I cannot see any situation where no part of the field will get damaged. Some team members are already holding bets on what part of the field will break first if our coach goes through with this. Game elements can be safely stored away, but I doubt that the parts of the field will be safe from the amount of people who will most likely "check out" the game field.
Does anybody have advice for this? I would be all in for keeping the field set up at all times, but I don't think that its worth the risk of it being damaged due to where it's going to be kept.