Brad Remp , C.B.O., CASp

Zucker Systems, Executive Vice President

Brad Remp

Mr. Remp has over thirty years of management experience in municipal government as an enforcer of building, fire and zoning code regulations. Mr. Remp’s experience includes working with the Costa Mesa Fire Department as a Fire Protection Analyst/Fire Investigator, with Clark County, Nevada as Retrofit Administrator/ Commercial Inspections Administrator and the City of Chula Vista as Building Official and Interim Planning and Building Director.

Mr. Remp’s education includes a Bachelors of Science Degree in Geology and a Masters Degree in Public Administration. He is a Certified Building Official (C.B.O.) and Certified Accessibility Specialist (CASp) in California. Brad has also received extensive training in the field of Disaster Preparedness and was a leader in the preparation of Chula Vista’s All Hazard Mitigation Plan, Emergency Response Plan and Draft Pre-Disaster Recovery Plan. Mr. Remp was also the ADA Coordinator for the City of Chula Vista for 15 years prior to his recent retirement.

Throughout his career Mr. Remp has been an active participant in various building official organizations. He has served as President of the Southern Nevada and San Diego Area Chapters of the International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO). As a member of the California Building Officials Association (CALBO) he served in numerous leadership positions including President in 2005. Mr. Remp has been honored by CALBO as their Educator of the Year (1997), Building Official of the Year (2003), Hall of Fame inductee (2007) and Lifetime Honorary Member (2008). Prior to his retirement, Mr. Remp also served three years as the CALBO representative on the California League of Cities Public Safety Policy Committee.

Notable accomplishments of Mr. Remp’s career include developing and implementing the program that retrofitted all of the hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip and throughout Clark County subsequent to the massive MGM and Hilton fires. Brad was also responsible for selecting and implementing the first automated permitting system that integrated the activities of Building, Planning and Engineering Departments in Chula Vista. Also in Chula Vista, Brad’s Code Enforcement Section developed a nationally recognized program to combat the neighborhood blight associated with abandoned residential foreclosed properties.