Our basement rough in for the shower drain has it located right where we want it, but it has no p-trap installed yet. I am unsure what I can do to add the p-trap but keep its location. I'm trying to avoid chewing up concrete, digging down and re-doing anything with it tying into the main drain line. I don't think moving the final drain closer to the wall is feasible and moving it further from the wall is undesirable aesthetically, though technically possible.
I don't have a picture, but I have drawn up what I'm basically working with, if it is helpful. The shower is framed to about 5'x7'. The current drain is located about 4 inches from the wall with the shower head on it (installing a linear shower drain). When the basement floor was poured, a cut out in the concrete floor was left approximately 12"x12", offset as shown. That hole/cutout leaves access to the gravel/stone underneath and the drain line. I can pull out the gravel to access where the drain ties into the main drain line, which is little more than a foot down from the concrete floor surface. I'm just not sure how to add a p-trap to this drain and keep its same location.
I appreciate any ideas or suggestions anyone has.