Private 150: Oregon's top privately held companies

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Articles - July 2011
Wednesday, June 22, 2011


2010 2009 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR EMPS
TOTAL EMPS
YEAR
EST
SPECIALTIES
$1 BILLION — $250 MILLION (continued)
26 32 WSCO Petroleum Corp.
Portland
503.243.2929
R.W. Dyke
CEO
350
470
1970 Real estate investment company
27 27 A-dec Inc.
Newberg
503.538.9471
a-dec.com

953
953
1965 Dental equipment solutions company
$250 MILLION — $150 MILLION
28 40 Tumac Lumber Co. Inc.
Portland
503.226.6661
tumac.com
Brad McMurchie
Chairman and CEO
80
117
1959 Wholesale distributor of specialty wood products to international markets
29 NR Wieden+Kennedy*
Portland
503.937.7000
wk.com
Dan Wieden
President

1982 Full-service advertising and media-buying services for domestic and international clients
30 20 Timber Products Company
Springfield
541.747.4577
timberproducts.com
J.H. Gonyea II
CEO
601
942
1918 Manufactures hardwood and softwood plywood, veneer, and lumber at plants in four states
31 24 Walsh Construction Co.
Portland
503.222.4375
walshconstructionco.com
Robert S. Walsh
President
216
356
1961 General contractor and construction manager in Oregon, Washington and California
32 31 Lumber Products
Tualatin
503.691.3322
lumberproducts.com
Peter Hall
CEO
160
450
1938 Wholesale distributor of door and millwork products, hardwood lumber, plywood , etc.
33 37 Parr Lumber Company
Hillsboro
503.614.2500
parr.com
David C. Hamill, Steven P. Johnson
CEO, CFO
430
546
1930 Building and finish materials for residential and commercial construction and remodeling
34 34 Harsch Investment Properties
Portland
503.242.2900
harsch.com
Jordan Schnitzer
President
135
252
1950 Real estate investment, development and property management
35 42 TEC Equipment Inc.
Portland
503.285.7667
tectrucks.com
David A. Thompson
President and CEO
228
538
1976 Multi-point, full-service truck dealership group
36 36 Sherm’s Thunderbird Market Inc.
Medford
541.857.0850
shermsmarkets.com
Sherman Olsrud
President
633
633
1967 Grocery store
37 47 Farwest Steel Corporation
Eugene
541.686.2000
farweststeel.com
Pat Eagen
President and CEO
275
575
1956 Operates steel service centers, metal fabrication, reinforcing steel fabrication, etc.
38 NR KEEN Inc.
Portland
503.402.1520
keenfootwear.com
James Curleigh
CEO
100
140
2003 Designs, develops, markets, and distributes premium-quality footwear and accessories
39 NR Leupold & Stevens Inc.
Beaverton
503.646.9171
leupold.com
Calvin Johnston
President and CEO
650
650
1907 Manufacturer of optical products for the hunting/shooting, golf, and military/law enforcement markets
40 38 Stoel Rives LLP
Portland
503.224.3380
stoel.com
Robert Van Brocklin
Firm Managing Partner
400
859
1904 Law firm providing business and litigation advice
41 43 Kerr Pacific Corp.
Portland
503.351.7429
kerrpacific.com
E. Randolph Labbe
CEO
35
300
1953 Diversified flour milling in the Western U.S. and food service distribution in Hawaii
42 48 Plaid Pantries Inc.
Beaverton
503.646.4246
plaidpantry.com
William C. Girard Jr.
Chairman and CEO
725
750
1963 Convenience store chain operating 105 locations in Oregon and Washington
43 18 Harder Mechanical Contractors Inc.
Portland
503.281.1112
hardermech.com
Steve Harder
CEO

1,000
1934 Process piping, fabrication and installation critical to equipment setting
44 33 Swanson Group Inc. and Affiliates
Glendale
541.832.1121
swansongroupinc.com
Steve Swanson
President and CEO
630
650
1951 Manufacturer of lumber and plywood
45 59 Membrane Holdings LLC
Lebanon
541.259.3901
entek-international.com
Rob Keith
President
193
324
2007 Manufacturing of microporous membranes
46 30 S.D. Deacon Corp.
Portland
503.297.8791
deacon.com
Steve Deacon
CEO
75
260
1981 West Coast general contractor
47 54 Shelter Products Inc.
Portland
503.872.3600
shelter-products.com
Joe Beechler
CEO
60
102
1948 Building materials for multi-family, hospitality, assisted-living, military, campus housing, etc.
48 51 The Original Pancake House Franchising Inc.
Portland
503.246.1049
originalpancakehouse.com
Ron Highet
President
24
3000
1953 Sale of franchises to own and operate The Original Pancake House restaurants
49 50 Shari’s Management Corp.
Beaverton
503.605.4299
sharis.com
Bruce MacDiarmid
President and CEO
1,600
4,000
1978 Operates 104 restaurants in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Wyoming and Nebraska
50 41 Columbia Helicopters
Aurora
503.678.1222
colheli.com
Michael A. Fahey
President
380
700
1957 Global heavy-lift helicopter transport services for timber, petroleum, mining, etc.


 

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