I've been experimenting with making a farming area, using insulated tiles, gas pumps, thermo regulators and wheezeworts to keep the area at optimal temperatures. While building this, I started noticing that whenever my dupes would try to build gas pipes where I had already places insulated tiles, the tiles would be destroyed. Taking a closer look at them while they're building, I noticed that the game would say the tiles were taking 'pressure damage', hence why I say they are destroyed and not deconstructed.
Insulated tiles can still be rebuilt on top of the gas pipes after the pipes have been constructed without any issue.
Edit: After putting in some time testing what was happening, I've discovered that the problem seems to be with Gas permeable and Mesh tiles. If you build any other tile on top of them, and then try to build any pipe or a wire inside the new tile, the bug triggers. Saving and loading fixes the problem, even if a dupe is in the middle of building something that caused pressure damage. As a side note, building a Gas Permeable tile and then building a Mesh tile on top of it, then building a wire or any type of pipe into it causes the mesh tile to get stuck in a loop if taking infinite pressure damage without being destroyed, and the construction of the wire or pipe is never finished. The same does not happen if you build Gas permeable over top of Mesh tile then try to build wire or pipe into it, nor does replacing any solid type of tile with another seem to cause any issue.
Steps to Reproduce
Edit: Build Gas Permeable or Mesh tile, then build any other type of tile "on top" of that tile, then try to build any pipe or a wire inside it.
This issue has not been confirmed by a developer yet.