How are wires (i.e. wiring for pool lights, landscaping, speakers, etc.) typically routed around the pool during construction? I've heard some builders mention using "sleeves" (2" PVC pipe), which kind of makes sense, but with my design, the sleeves would have too many (I think) turns and tees, which would make it almost impossible to fish wires where they need to go. Or do they just lay the wires directly in the trenches or a combination of both?
I've taken a stab at how I would route sleeves around my pool (see below...light green pipes with yellow and purple wires in them routed to various pool lights, landscaping areas and speakers), but again, is there some trick they use (other than fish tape) to actually fish the wire from point A to point B? One of the more difficult runs would be from my controller (bottom right, purple box) to the pool light between the 2 benches on the far left (by R4). Another one would be from the left corner of my "Residence" to the far right speaker.
I understand the concept of using sleeves. I know they protect the wires and make it easier to route/repair wires and fixtures post-build. However, I just can't understand HOW (especially with my configuration) all these wires will make it from point A to point B. All thoughts are welcome!