Pipe & Modular Fabrication

Scheck Industries fabrication facilities are scaled for growth to manage multiple capital projects while driving production with a core team in a state-of-the-art, controlled and efficient manufacturing environment. Scheck Industries has its own fabrication facilities including its main plant located near the Company’s headquarters 40 miles southwest of Chicago, which is strategically located in a national distribution and transportation hub.

Scheck continues to invest in our fabrication capabilities, and on the East coast, which results in more efficient service and lower prices for our clients. Because of the controlled fabrication environment, Scheck Industries fabrication produces a superior product and service over field fabrication.

Both facilities currently work under the UA National Pipe Fabrication Agreement, and are charter members of the Pipe Fabrication Institute. Scheck Industries holds the following stamps for work at both locations: U, R, S, PP. The facilities are equipped to perform associated production such as non-destructive examination, hydrostatic testing, painting, and post-weld heat treatment. Scheck Industries maintains a policy of providing fabrication facilities to support specific projects, allowing its distinct fabrication facilities to offer incredible flexibility for production and delivery schedules.

Contact Pipe & Modular Fabrication

The technical expertise demonstrated by our tenured management team applies to a variety of fabrication products. The following illustrates the versatility of our fabrication facilities:

  • Pipe Spools
  • Skid Mounted Modules in excess of 20 tons
  • Rack Mounted Process Piping
  • Stairways, Catwalks, Platforms and Handrails
  • Pipe Supports and Engineered Hangers
  • Field Verification and installment services of all fabrication upon request
  • Pipe Fabrication Institute (PFI)
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • American Welding Society (AWS)
  • Technological Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI)
  • Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA)
  • Signatory to United Association (Local 400 & Local 597)
  • Commercial Pipe Fabrication Agreement (UA Label)
Shop Information
  • 100,000 square feet under one roof (Additional 60,000 sq ft available as needed) on the same property
  • Shop separation of stainless steel and carbon steel fabrication
  • Fulltime quality control staff to provide all necessary documents upon request
  • Six (6) Acre Site for Storage
  • Two (2) 15-ton Bridge Cranes
  • Two (2) 5-ton Bridge Cranes
  • Three (3) 2-ton Bridge Cranes
  • 18 Jib Cranes (1/2 and 1 Ton)
  • 30-ton Mobile Yard Crane
  • 15 Panjiris® Positioner
  • Two (2) Peerless 18″ Vertical Band Saws
  • Two (2) Panjiris® Turning Rolls (6,000#)
  • Spartan® 66-ton Ironworker
  • End Preparation
    • 3”-48” Vernon Tool™ Flame/Plasma Pipe Beveller
    • Two (2) George Fischer 2”-6” Pipe Cutters
    • Tri Tool Portable Milling Machines (4″ thru 24″)
    • H&M Bevellers (with plasma capability)
Welding Qualifications
  • All welders are qualified to ASME Section IX
  • Welding processes: GTAW, SMAW, GMAW, FCAW and Orbital
  • Welding in accordance with ASME B31.1 and B31.3
Types of Materials
  • Carbon Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Alloys (Including P91)
  • Titanium
  • Monel
  • Aluminum
Non-Destructive Examination
  • Dye Penetrant
  • Magnetic Particle
  • Ultra Sonic
  • X-ray
  • Pre/Post Weld Heat Treating
Certificates of Authorization
  • ASME “PP”
  • ASME “U”
  • ASME “S”
  • National Board “R”
  • National Board “NB”
Industries Served
  • Power/Co-Generation
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Chemical/Petrochemical
  • Refinery
  • Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical
  • Waste Management

What our Clients are Saying

  • When I saw each pipe spool had the distinctive bright yellow UA Union label and the Scheck Tag attached, I knew these guys were proud of themselves, their Union Brotherhood and the Company. Also, I knew the UA Label represents a great deal of training by their local union to get these craftsmen to a higher level of workmanship which was made evident to me by the excellent welds on each and every pipe spool.
  • Ron Webb, Plant Reliability Inspection Specialist, Dakota Gasification Company