Scheupbach Builders was founded in 1976 by Charles "Chuck" Schuepbach, know to many as "anything for a buck Chuck". Schuepbach Builders performed pretty much anything that came along, although a majority of the work was residential foundations and concrete flatwork, there were a number of commercial projects.
In 1996 Schuepbach Builders completed their first public works project - the Ice Fountain Springs in Dee, Oregon, and have continued to perform public works projects throughout Oregon and Washington.
In 1998 Chuck was diagnosed with Lou Gehrigs Disease, through the next 6 years chuck continued to work and teach the construction trade to his employees. In October 2003 Chuck was no longer able to visit job sites, but continued to make decisions from his home.
On January 1st, 2004, Chuck passed ownership of Schuepbach Builders to 3 long-time employees: Ross Brown, Gary Fisher and Randy Baker, along with his wife Lynne.
Chuck passed in the comfort of his home on February 4, 2004.
Since then the company has continued to grow and diversify with the ever changing concrete construction industry.