Michael Fish, PRESIDENT & CEO
Mike is responsible for defining the company’s mission, providing strategic direction, leading initiatives to identify new opportunities, and continuing to emphasize the key to Dellbrook | JKS's success – teamwork.
Under his leadership, Dellbrook | JKS has grown into one of the largest building contractors in New England with expertise in healthcare, hospitality, multi-family housing, private education, historic renovation, and senior & assisted living construction.
in 2005 Mike co-founded the company with his father, the late Edward A. Fish. The elder Fish was a Boston builder and philanthropist who developed more than $1 billion worth of real estate over five decades in New England and Florida.
Dellbrook | JKS has won numerous awards under Mike’s leadership, including an award for the company’s work in historic preservation from Preservation Massachusetts, the statewide non-profit dedicated to preserving the historic and cultural heritage of the Commonwealth.
Dellbrook | JKS has been recognized year-after-year as one of the top philanthropic companies in the region by the Boston Business Journal and the BBJ named Mike to their 2010 list of "Forty Under Forty", the top business leaders under forty years in Boston.
In 2016, over 200 members of the legal, nonprofit and business communities gathered to support Mike for his generosity and contributions to the affordable housing community by presenting him with the Lawyers Clearinghouse Leadership Award.
Mike is a board member of the Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County, a member of the board at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Boston, and was previously a director of the Massachusetts Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). Mike is a member of the YPO Organization., which is a global community of top leaders committed to the shared mission of becoming better leaders through learning and idea exchanges.
Dellbrook | JKS was ranked by the ENR as one of the Top 400 Contractors in the Country in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.