Building Inspectors Office
Gilbert H. McClure
The mission of the Grant County Building Department is to protect the health and safety of the citizenry by ensuring safe minimum levels of construction through enforcement of the uniform Kentucky Building Code. This is closely followed by the enforcement of the Grant County Zoning Regulations which provides for safe orderly growth of our community. The Grant County Building Department affirms that the most appropriate manner in which to fulfill its mission is through partnership with the building community, whether private homeowners, commercial developers, or design professionals.
||About Terry Conrad
- Born April 17, 1946
- Graduated Grant County High School, 1964
- Entered Eastern entucky University, September, 1964
- Drafted in Army, June, 1967
- Served in Vietnam October, 1967 - December, 1968
- Served in Italy, January, 1969 - March, 1970
- Graduated Eastern Kentucky University, May, 1975
- Employed by Penicks Farm Service and Penick Sawmill, 1975-77
- Assistant Manager, Grant County Farm Supply, 1977-83
- Employed by Gusher Pump, Dry Ridge, Kentucky, 1986-92
- Grant County Building Inspector, September, 1992 to present
- Married Patricia Boggs Conrad, June 22, 1984
One child, Elizabeth Grace Conrad, born August 19, 1990
- President, Capt. William Arnold Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution
- Dry Ridge Christian Church Deacon and choir member
- Member and Board of Northern Kentucky Building Inspectors
- Farms, growing hay and raising Angus beef cattle
- Big fan of U.K. Basketball and Football
||Grant County Building Inspector Department
ARTICLE I - NAME, PURPOSE AND RESTRICTIONS
The name of this organization shall be the GRANT COUNTY BUILDING INSPECTOR DEPARTMENT
The purpose of this association shall be:
a. To bring together individuals engaged in the administration and enforcement of building and other related codes to share information, experience and policy, exchange ideas, discuss mutual problems and establish uniform interpretation of all applicable codes.
b. (b) To encourage and assist in efficient administration and enforcement of building and related codes, and to uphold and improve the prestige of building officials and inspectors in the inspection profession.
c. To promote maximum safety to life, health and property at minimum costs.
d. To create a better public understanding and appreciation of building regulations and their importance to the safety, health and prosperity of the communities.
e. Through cooperation, to assist and actively participate in the organization and maintenance of adequate inspection departments and in the training of inspection personnel.
f. To promote a program of legislation, this will be to the benefit of the public through increased safety to life and property in buildings and other structures.
g. To coordinate and cooperate with other governmental agencies in the administration of building regulations.
h. To foster personal and professional support and an informational network among jurisdictions in the Northern Kentucky area.
i. To secure and maintain support of other state and local governmental agencies and officials.