Board of Directors

Richard Scheck
Rich Scheck began his career in the construction industry in 1962 when he enrolled as an apprentice in Washburn Trade School and in 1967 graduated as a pipefitter journeyman of Local Union 597 in Chicago. In May of 1984 Richard Scheck started Scheck Mechanical Corporation where his goal was to create a small, reputable piping business in the Chicago area.
Chris Scheck
Chris Scheck serves on the Board of Directors of Scheck Industries and is the third generation of the Scheck family in the industrial construction business. Chris has more than sixteen years of related construction work experience that includes corporate governance, refinery construction and maintenance, and management of major capital projects.
Randy C. Peach
President/CEO of Scheck Industries
Randy Peach is the president of Scheck Industries and its family of Companies. He has over 25 years of extensive construction expertise and experience in heavy industrial piping, boiler and process controls construction at all levels, including field and management.
Karen P. Layng
Chief Strategic Officer, General Counsel of Scheck Industries and Secretary to the Board
As Chief Strategic Officer, Karen is focused on strategic growth of the companies and project development opportunities.  In her role as the General Counsel, she advises the Scheck companies and serves as the corporate Secretary to the Boards of all the operating companies.
Kathy Dalmer
Director of Accounting and Treasury

Kathy started with Richard Scheck in 1984 when the company was first formed and served as the company’s first Controller.  Currently she holds the title of Director of Accounting and Treasury  – (actually company historian works, too!).  When the business began, there was Richard Scheck and Kathy, and a handful of pipefitters in the field.  Kathy describes those as fun times and confirms that the loyalty to Mr. Scheck has prevailed to this day.  Kathy’s favorite thing to do is hang with her 9 year old grandson, Jake.  He makes Kathy smile every day.