the are 12" apart....there are two that are 15" in a curve that I will address when they get here tomorrow morning. my wife took the pictures before they were finished for the day. Unless you are talking about the first picture then I don't know....cant tell after they filled in between them with more rebar
I found them both...just wasn't in the correct place
Update on the pipe...PB swears it will be fine when it is cut off and the lite installed. He hasn't been wrong about anything yet and I still haven't paid him a dime so for now he gets the benefit of the doubt.
I am hoping it is just the way the pic was taken but the pool beam looks a bit high. I would assume it should have been very close to the same elevation as the existing patio or a bit lower after the coping Is installed. Do you have a long strait edge of some sort to check it with a level?
Be sure they remove the entire organic layer of soil under where the pool deck will be. It should be done before the trenching to avoid getting the organics mixed in with the backfill of the plumbing trenches. After the organics are removed it appears you will have some 2' plus fills for the patio and trenches. Be sure to ask the PB how he will be compacting the backfill material. It should be placed in at a maximum of 12" at a time and compacted with a heavy compactor rated for the depth of soil you will be compacting. Letting it settle for a period of time or driving over it with equipment is not a acceptable method of compaction and your soil will most likely settle more in a few years long after the PB is gone.