Key Functional Areas Covered: Scott Schankweiler will lead BWEV’s day-to-day operations. Scott will recruit, train, and develop an elite team of EV professionals and develop a corporate culture driving individual responsibility and unrivaled success. Scott will negotiate national contracts with key customers and IP partners while overseeing the delivery, installation, and customer satisfaction metrics necessary to secure BWEV’s position as a leader in the emerging EV marketplace.
Past positions, successes and/or unique qualities: Scott Schankweiler has served as the President of Critical Peake Electrical Services for the past 5 years in Savage, Maryland. As a key member of the executive leadership team, Mr. Schankweiler has run the day-to-day operations and has grown the organization from 5-50 employees and from 6-600 customers. Scott is responsible for the continued development of key on-boards and the long-term success of this electrical installation and service organization.
Prior to Critical Peake, Scott with more than 30 years of experience in the Electrical, Security and Low Voltage field, Mr. Schankweiler possesses the critical technical skill sets necessary to facilitate growth, customer satisfaction and vendor management necessary to transition BWEV from a rapidly growing start-up to an industry leader in the coming years.
Mr. Schankweiler has extremely strong competitive roots in the highest levels of collegiate and professional athletics. After completing his studies at the University of Maryland in 1985, and leading his team to four consecutive bowl games, Scott went on to play in the NFL with for the Buffalo Bills. Scott took his competitive background to begin his career in Marketing, Sales, and Business Management. His background enables him to motivate and develop the team for a common cause. He will be critical for the success of BWEV, its employees, shareholders, and customers.
Educational background: Scott Schankweiler completed his Business Management studies at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland 1985.