Chris Scheck
Member, Board of Directors

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 16 years of related construction work experience that includes corporate governance, refinery construction and maintenance and management of major capital projects.

Among his responsibilities for corporate governance, Chris has also served as the CEO of the Boiler Services and Maintenance, Instrumentation Services, Pipe & Modular Fabrication (including its Joliet and Kaukauna fabrication shops), and Corporate Tooling and Equipment Services.

As a 16-year veteran of the petroleum-refining sector, Chris has provided leadership in increasing the company’s market share in relation to its petroleum refining services. His involvement has led to long-term maintenance and capital projects for clients including CITGO, Exxon Mobil, Conoco Philips, Flint Hills Resources, and Marathon facilities, among others. Within his role, Chris was responsible for initial development and strategic alliances with petroleum refining organizations that included work at both individual and multiple locations nationally. Along with the company’s executive management team, this emphasis has led to participation in opportunities at over 15 percent of the nation’s refineries.

One of Chris’s critical roles during his tenure at the Company involves management of major capital projects and maintenance opportunities. This includes direct management of labor, safety, quality control and sustainability, project controls, and subcontracting services associated with projects across the country. This portfolio of work includes projects that varied from 10 to 60 million in overall volume.

Chris is a graduate of Purdue University having received his undergraduate degree in Building Construction and Management. His participation on the company’s behalf with industry related organizations has included involvement with the following organizations: Mechanical Contractors Association of Chicago, Mechanical Contractors Association of America, Pipe Fabrication Institute, Instrument Contracting and Engineering Association, American Fuel and Petrochemical Association, and American Petroleum Institute, among others.