Leach & Russell Mechanical Contractors, Inc. was founded in 1994 by Russell Leach and Michael Russell because they shared a commitment to delivering the best quality of products and workmanship at a competitive price. We employ only highly trained union craftsmen and utilize the latest industry technologies. We are a company dedicated to long-term relationships with our customers and our employees. Our staff is experienced, loyal and professional at all times.
As a result, Leach & Russell has developed into one of the leading mechanical contractors in Indiana, with a superb record of safety, revenue growth and customer satisfaction.
Leach and Russell Mechanical Contractors, Inc., distinguish itself from its competitors by better understanding the needs of its customers and maintaining a good relationship with owners, general contractors and subcontractors.
It is our hope that by delivering strong service and initiating a preventative maintenance program to catch problems before they become more costly, we can become that “full service” contractor who fulfills all of your mechanical construction needs.
Leach & Russell operates throughout Central Indiana, seeking projects in the manufacturing, institutional and commercial industries. Our geographic area includes Marion, Decatur, Johnson, Hendricks, Tipton, Hancock, Jennings, Morgan, Boone, Howard, Shelby, Bartholomew, Putnam and Hamilton counties.
Leach & Russell was created by two men with very different vocational backgrounds but a similar approach to serving customers.
Russell Leach began his career in 1966 as an apprentice pipe fitter, completing his five-year apprenticeship in 1971. After working as a foreman for several mechanical contractors, he joined J.A. House, Inc. in 1974, and as a result of his management abilities was promoted to Executive Vice President four years later, and became President in 1991.
After graduating from Ball State University in 1976 with a degree in accounting, Michael Russell began his career at a large public accounting firm in Muncie. He joined J.A. House, Inc. in 1986 as Treasurer and Controller. Over the next eight years, he developed a close working relationship with Russell Leach, which resulted in the pair founding their own company in 1994.