Originally Posted By: Greg Fretwell
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This is the standard way a Ufer is made up in SW Florida
You can see there is nothing particularly "electrical" in nature until the elecrician connects the GEC to the rebar. If they follow the standard structural practices, insured by a structural inspector I don't see a problem with the NEC definition of a concrete encased electrode.
I have a bigger picture but I reduced the pixels for our dial up users