Scott started the business in 1991 with his own hands and his company is now going on 25 years in business this year. Along with his success with the company, Scott serves on the board of Care to Learn and Taylor Rozier Hope for a Cure Foundation, and proudly contributes to 20 other charities.
Rich Jenkins, P.E.Partner / Director of ROSCH Southwest
Rich is responsible for the day to day operations of the entire Southwest region. Rich is a Licensed Professional Engineer with over 20 years of experience in earth retention structures. He started at ROSCH in 2012. He has his Bachelors of Science in civil engineering from Texas A&M University and is a Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Clint MossExecutive Vice-President
Clint is responsible for the estimating, preconstruction, and nationwide construction management operations. He started at ROSCH Companies in 2009. Clint has a Bachelor’s in civil engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri S&T). He has his LEED, AP credentials and is OSHA 30 certified.
John AndrzejewskiExecutive Vice President of Operations
John is responsible for the field operations nationwide and has overseen all of the largest and most complex projects ROSCH have built in North America. He started at ROSCH in 1994. He is OSHA 30 Certified, Competent Person Certified, and has participated in various NCMA programs for modular block and brick installation.
Brian Schaller, P.E. Chief Engineer of ROSCH Engineering
Brian is responsible for all engineering including establishing design parameters and final review of all drawings and calculations. He is also responsible for all preliminary estimating designs. Brian started at ROSCH in 2012. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer with 23 years of experience with a Bachelors of Science in civil engineering from Iowa State University.
Company Philanthropic Efforts:
- American Heart Associations
- Annual Catholic Appeal
- Boys and Girls Club
- Boy Scouts of America (Assistant Scout Master - Troop 27, Round Rock, TX)
- Boy Scouts of America (Committee Member - Pack 404, Round Rock, TX)
- Care to Learn (Board Member)
- Catholic Charities
- Center for Women in Transition
- Community Foundation of the Ozarks
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
- Habitat for Humanity
- Jeff Hansen Memorial Foundation
- Junior Achievement
- Make A Wish Foundation
- Mercy Health Foundation
- Mercy Kids
- National MS Society
- Nazareth Living Center
- Nurses for Newborns
- Ronald McDonald House Charities
- Special Olympics
- Sunshine Ministries
- St. Louis Magic House
- Stray Rescue of St. Louis
- Taylor Rozier Hope for a Cure Foundation (Board Member)
- World Serve International