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City Manager Starla Jerome-Robinson announced Chuck Andrews as Menlo Park’s new assistant community development director overseeing building and inspection services.
“Chuck has strong experience managing projects and our inspection operations, plus he is familiar with building codes and the Menlo Park community from his time as senior building inspector,” Jerome-Robinson said. “He has been a key part of the city’s success and is well prepared to keep the division moving forward in this essential position.”
Andrews began work in Menlo Park in April 2018 as a contracted senior building inspector. He then joined the staff permanently in October 2018, before his promotion to the assistant community development director position. In this role, Andrews serves as the building official for Menlo Park and is primarily responsible for overseeing the city’s permit processing, plan checking, inspections and building code compliance.
Andrews previously worked as the on-site building official supervising the massive Apple Park project, the corporate headquarters of Apple, Inc., in Cupertino, California. In that role, he managed 23 inspectors overseeing construction of multiple high profile buildings. Andrews earned his bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Phoenix and multiple International Code Council certifications.