History

Here is a brief timeline by decades of our operations, growth and success.

1970's
   
bullet 1973 -  Company founded by F. Brian Forcine
bullet The company gets its start by doing residential foundations, flatwork, sidewalks and masonry.  Establishing relationships that would last for years to come
bullet Brian’s brother Brad Forcine joins the company
   
1980's
   
bullet The company starts to work on commercial buildings – office, retail and flex buildings.
bullet The first concrete pump is purchased
bullet First large commercial project is completed - Blommer Chocolate in Pennsburg, PA. 20 years later we would build a 65,000sf addition for the same owner
bullet John Evans and Rich Futterer join the company and later become business partners with Brian and Brad Forcine
bullet Purchased first ride-on trowel machines allowing for larger concrete pours. First pour in excess of 10,000 sf.
bullet Broke the $5 million mark in annual revenues
   
1990's
   
bullet Survived the commercial building crash in 1991
bullet Completed our first tilt-up building – 600,000 sf distribution facility for Circuit City in Bethlehem, PA
bullet Worked with Allen Face on developing better techniques for placing and finishing higher quality floors
bullet Purchased our first Somero Laser Screed
bullet Purchased Face Dipstick floor profiler to begin testing of floor flatness and levelness
bullet Purchased additional concrete pumps expanding our pump fleet to eight.
bullet Opened our office in Allentown, PA
bullet Opened our office in Hanover, PA
bullet Broke the $15 million mark in annual revenues
   
2000's
   
bullet Completed our first insulated tilt wall project – General Motors parts distribution facility in Bensalem, PA
bullet Completed our first, of what would be several, million square foot buildings – Big Lots Distribution Center, Tremont, PA 1.3 million square feet.
bullet Constructed our first cast-in-place concrete parking garage
bullet Designed and constructed our new office building utilizing a number of energy efficient construction products
bullet Broke the $25 million mark in annual revenues
   
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Testimonials
Testimonials

“The ultimate complement I could give a service driven business is peace of mind. We are well aware that that Forcine Concrete provides this to our clients as well as our staff ”
Dave Simms-Iron Hill Construction Management

“I have worked with Forcine Concrete for a number of years where I was engineer of record. On all projects that we have worked together their performance has been excellent. These jobs went smoothly and were finished on time and budget much to the delight of the owner ”
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Steven Devine, PE - Cubellis

“Forcine was involved from the initial design phase and they were very instrumental in recommending a design that fit the owners needs and budget. The owner was so pleased with the first garage that he requested to have the same team build the second garage”
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William Lane-Penntex Construction

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