I am working through the layout of the framing for my basement and would appreciate some help identifying the rough-ins. I do not plan on putting a shower in the basement, only a powder room as my grandma used to call it. What are some of the better options for cutting and capping the shower drain once identified so that I can finish the floor. I was considering just busting up the concrete around it, cutting and capping it below grade and then pouring fresh concrete on it but that is just my gut instinct on how to solve this particular problem.
The pipe on the far left of the image is ~14.5" from the wall. I am framing with 2x6 and am already contending with a 12" intrusion into the room against the same wall from a radon mitigation system exhaust so if the far left is for the sink, I will just bring the framing out another couple of inches and have it come through the center of the studs.
Note: The temporary wall in the picture is not part of the framing for the basement, it has been torn out, was there during the picture only