First: 'Cuda, big props on being ultra prepared. You've got the right energy. I have so much respect for that!
Second: Dude, take a deeeeep breath. Exhale. Repeat. As has been said lots before, even with all of your planning, something will go wrong and/or not get done. Not only are the wind, heat, possible rain, dust, altitude adjustment, travel fatigue (I travel from N Carolina, trust me, you'll be beat), flakiness/laziness and camp in-fighting a factor, but you gotta understand; there is so much to see & do out there. You (and maybe your buddies) may be too distracted/overstimulated to tack up 100 'biners to a dome. Your fantastic dicipline may be challenged when the most beautiful naked girl rides by on an art car with a bed on top. Or you might get distracted by that black metal motorcyle parked next door spewing 80' flameballs out its exhaust.
Third: If you are on track with building and your friends "just have to see where that noise is coming from" and take off across the playa, don't fret. There will be a bunch of other burners nearby to help you erect your structures, ready and willing.
Fourth: Welcome to Burning Man.
Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we die!