My next door neighbor is having his concrete driveway torn up and replaced this week-the discharge line from his pump to the index valve runs under the driveway (don't yell at me, I did not do it that way-we're in FL, remember?) along with 1 other zone line. I am wondering what precautions he might take to prevent the pipe from being damaged when they re-pour the driveway. (or does the concrete company worry about that? (funny, huh?) They (the pipes) are not much deeper than the existing concrete-and I know we can check them for damage after the demolition of the old, but what about when they pour? Wouldn't that stink if one of the pipes got damaged during the pour?? Could/should we sleeve them or lower them? Anyone ever have this problem or have suggestions to help prevent problems?