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. For the past 13 years, prior to assuming his role as president, he served as vice president of operations of Scheck Industries, and has been instrumental in the success of Scheck’s growth.
Randy oversees all of the construction projects Scheck performs. He manages all project executives and up to 2,000 craft personnel throughout the United States. He leads the teams responsible for project finance, which includes project P&L analysis, project forecasting and trending, earned value reporting, cash flow analysis, monthly WIP reporting, accounts management, billing/payments and support for corporate lending units. He is also responsible for implementation and development of Scheck’s proprietary cost management system, ScheckTRAC™ system. Randy’s expertise covers all areas of industrial construction ranging from project trade craft, estimating, risk management, scheduling, quality and project control and he has led all the companies’ multi-jurisdictional capital projects.
Randy was instrumental in developing Scheck’s award-winning safety program which has propelled the organization to be known as one of the safest industrial contractors in the country. Under Randy’s direction, the company developed its award winning J.A.W.S.™ Safety Program, behavioral based safety programs, real-time information sharing and positive reinforcement programs that resulted in a complete turnaround in the Company’s safety performance. From the fall of 2008 through 2014, the Company has logged more than 7 million man hours in the field without a lost-time injury in 7 years. Prior to joining Scheck, Randy served as chief operating officer at Craft Mechanical Contractors and vice president of operations for another prominent Chicago based mechanical contractor. He is a member of the Pipefitters Local Union 597.