Our Values

Forish Construction Company, Inc. is a local, established, family owned business. We are proud of the skilled craftmanship and quality materials we put into all our projects, and our longstanding commitment to our employees and the community.

Forish Receives Harris Award

Eric Forish, Forish Construction and Past President of the Westfield Rotary Club was presented with his 4th Paul Harris Fellowship Award on January 5, 2015. The award was presented by Past President Robert Goyette.

The award acknowledges “service above self” which that individual has offered to their community, their nation or indeed to the world. Paul Harris was the founder of Rotary and this award program was created to fund many Rotary Foundation programs. A contribution $1,000 in the recipient’s name to the Rotary Foundation was made in the recipients honor to continue the funding of many Rotary Foundation programs, including the Polio Plus program dedicated to the eradication of polio worldwide.

Daily Hampshire Gazette, March 30, 2013

Westfield Evening News - December 2015

40 YEARS OF SERVICE RECOGNIZED

Eric Forish (center) President of Forish Construction, presents Jim Conroy (left) and Jeff Gonyer (right) recognition awards for their 40 years of service to Forish Construction.

Forish Construction Marks Another Milestone in Its Long History

by Dan Chase

Business West, January 31, 2012 Edition: Building on a Legacy

Eric Forish is a man of contrasts.
On the one hand, the man at play is a passionate and dedicated seeker of extreme winter sports. His adventures on ski slopes that few will ever traverse would give just about anyone a head of gray hair.
But the man at the helm of Forish Construction, the second-generation owner and current president, considers himself a conservative businessperson. “I always have been,” he told BusinessWest recently, “and I’ve always taken the attitude of slow and steady growth. That’s how we’ve been able to maintain ourselves over the last few years, which we have done despite the economy. We reinvest in our company — whether that’s tools or employees and staff. We continue in a controlled-growth mode.”