About Lexicon

People, Quality, Safety and Innovation... they're the values at the core of everything we do. This strong commitment was defined early by our founder, Tom Schueck, and promoted with the help of long-time employees like Gene Riley, pillar of a three-generation Lexicon family and the company itself. In the more than 50 years since our start, we’ve built buildings and structures around the globe. Based in Little Rock, Arkansas, our family of companies now includes Custom Metals, Prospect Steel, Steel Fabricators of Monroe, Lexicon Energy Services, Lexicon Industrial Constructors, Lexicon Industrial Maintenance and Heritage Links. From mechanical installation to golf course construction and renovation, our team brings together the pieces—and the expertise—to get it done.

Safety

Protecting the health and safety of our employees, partners and customers isn’t just a pledge we make. It’s essential to what we do. We count on, and expect, our team to uphold our corporate commitment to prevent accidents and injuries—for their own safety, and the good of our business, too.

With safety as our guide, we will continue to Build America—one beam, one bridge, one structure at a time. – Patrick Schueck, president and CEO

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History

  • 1968
  • 1969
  • 1974
  • 1981
  • 1986
  • 1988
  • 1996
  • 1998
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2018
  • 2020
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • Present
  • 1968

    Opening Schueck Steel

    Tom Schueck establishes Schueck Steel Products in his converted home garage in Little Rock, Arkansas, with $800 to its name and one employee, his pregnant wife Marge.

    Opening Schueck Steel
  • 1969

    Growing Schueck Steel

    Recognizing a need in the market, Schueck Steel expands into sheet metal, fabrication, erection and the setting of heavy pieces of machinery equipment.

    Growing Schueck Steel
  • 1974

    Introducing Custom Metals

    Tom creates Custom Metals, a plate fabrication and HVAC company.

    Introducing Custom Metals
  • 1981

    Launching Prospect Steel

    With the support of Gene Riley — second generation Lexicon employee —Tom grows the company by launching Prospect Steel.

    Launching Prospect Steel
  • 1986

    Landing Nucor-Yamato

    Jennifer Schueck McCarty submits a winning bid on the company’s behalf to erect the structural steel for Nucor-Yamato Steel, the first steel mill in Mississippi County, Arkansas.

    Landing Nucor-Yamato
  • 1988

    Bringing Mill Services In-House

    After completing Nucor-Yamato in Mississippi County, the company begins to offer in-house mill services.

    Bringing Mill Services In-House
  • 1996

    Adding L-Con Constructors

    L-Con Constructors, now Lexicon Energy Services, launches in Houston to help support clients in the oil and gas industry.

    Adding L-Con Constructors
  • 1998

    Acquiring Heritage Links

    Tom merges his personal and professional passions with the acquisition of Heritage Golf, now Heritage Links, a golf course construction company.

    Acquiring Heritage Links
  • 2016

    Unveiling Robotics

    Lexicon brings a fully automated robotic production line online in Little Rock.

    Unveiling Robotics
  • 2017

    Honoring a Legend

    Tom Schueck is inducted into the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame for bringing lasting fame and economic success to the state.

    (Photo credit: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

     Honoring a Legend
  • 2017

    Realigning Strengths

    Lexicon Industrial Contractors becomes two divisions: Lexicon Industrial Constructors and Lexicon Industrial Maintenance.

    Realigning Strengths
  • 2018

    Incorporating Dual Robotics

    Lexicon adds two production line robots in Blytheville, cementing its status as a global industry leader.

    Incorporating Dual Robotics
  • 2018

    Celebrating 50 Years

    Lexicon marks 50 years in business with its more than 1,500 employees across the U.S.

    Celebrating 50 Years
  • 2020

    Welcoming a New Leader

    Following the passing of Tom Schueck, Patrick Schueck takes over as president and CEO.

    Welcoming a New Leader
  • 2020

    Adding Steel Fabricators of Monroe

    Lexicon builds its national presence with the acquisition of Steel Fabricators of Monroe.

    Adding Steel Fabricators of Monroe
  • 2021

    Leading the Industry

    Along with U.S. Senator John Boozman, U.S. Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-1) and Seal Solar of North Little Rock, Lexicon unveils Arkansas’s first solar array made with locally produced steel.

    Leading the Industry
  • 2022

    Universal joins the Lexicon family

    Lexicon acquires Universal Ltd, an Alabama company specializing in industrial sheeting, insulation, coatings and scaffolding.

    Universal joins the Lexicon family
  • Present

    Building America

    As the largest construction company in Arkansas, Lexicon’s more than 2,000 employees continue to set the mark as one of the nation’s leading construction and fabrication companies.

    Building America

Our Leadership

Gene Riley

Gene Riley

Chairman

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Patrick Schueck

Patrick Schueck

President & CEO

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Mark A. Davis

Mark A. Davis

Chief Corporate Officer & General Counsel

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Jeff D. Weatherly

Jeff D. Weatherly

Chief Financial Officer

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Steve Grandfield

Steve Grandfield

President, Fabrication Group

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Brian Rutherford

Brian Rutherford

Chief Administrative Officer

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Robby Thompson

Robby Thompson

Corporate Controller

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Michael Hupp

Michael Hupp

Executive Vice President - Sales & Business Development

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Bill Fitzgerald

Bill Fitzgerald

Marketing Director

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Jason Richmond

Jason Richmond

Information Technology Director

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Danna Gauntt

Danna Gauntt

Vice President - Human Resources

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Steve Dineen

Steve Dineen

Vice President - Safety

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Viji Kuruvilla

Viji Kuruvilla

Vice President - Quality

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