Jim, where are you from?
It appears to me that the brick mortar joints may have been tooled when the mortar had set to much, usually the tooling shows a good overlap on the edges of the brick and a little more glossy when tooled at the right time.
Looks like the brick veneer needs a good cleaning and the mason should have cut the soldier course over the door to prevent the sliver of brick coursing.
While you are at it, check for GFCI’s outside and inside the garage.
Drywall and wood base should be left high above the concrete floor in the garage to prevent wicking of moisture causing potential mold and damage.
Brick looks like it is buried at grade level, should be 4" above grade.
I don’t see any weep holes in the brick coursing.
Don’t know if you are in a frost prone area, but there should be a slip joint on the PVC riser at the service entrance lateral, if you are.
Why would they recess the brick coursing on the left facade of the garage only?
The gutter downspout should have been installed more towards the exterior corner of the garage to prevent possible pooling of water in the approach driveway.
Can’t comment on the header and brick lintel, because I don’t see it.
Hope this helps a bit. :)