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Private 150: Oregon's top privately held companies

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011
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Private 150: Oregon's top privately held companies
Private 150 Ranks 1-25
Private 150 Ranks 26-50
Private 150 Ranks 51-75
Private 150 Ranks 76-100
Private 150 Ranks 101-125
Private 150 Ranks 126-150; Reader Comments


2010 2009 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR EMPS
TOTAL EMPS
YEAR
EST
SPECIALTIES
$150 MILLION — $100 MILLION
51 NR Erickson Air-Crane**
Portland
503.505.5800
ericksonaircrane.com
Udo Rieder
President
92
92
2003 Construction mgr. / gen. contractor for higher ed., technology, office and health care facilities
52 96 Fortis Construction Inc.
Portland
503.459.4477
fortisconstruct.com
Jim Kilpatrick
President
92
92
2003 Construction manager and general contractor
53 64 Collins Companies
Portland
503.417.7755
collinswood.com
Eric Schooler
CEO and President
321
623
1855 Family-owned producer of hardwoods, softwoods, veneers, particleboard, etc.
54 39 May Trucking Company
Salem
503.393.7030
maytrucking.com
C. Marvin May
CEO and Chairman
370
1,200
1945 Irregular route motor carrier for dry and refrigerated goods
55 55 Willamette Dental Group
Hillsboro
503.925.2000
willamettedental.com
Eugene C. Skourtes DMD
Chairman, President and CEO
621
1,175
1970 Provides dental care, dental insurance and lab services
56 74 Consumer Cellular Inc.
Portland
800.686.4460
consumercellular.com
John Marick
CEO
187
267
1995 Wireless service provider
57 60 Carr Auto Group
Beaverton
503.644.2161
carrauto.com
Wallace Preble, Gene Bradshaw
Chairman, President
206
254
1941 Portland-area sales and service of automobiles
58 46 Vigor Industrial LLC
Portland
503.285.1111
vigorindustrial.net
Frank J. Foti
CEO
600
700
1987 Repair of oceangoing vessels and other related industrial activities
59 57 David Evans and Associates Inc.
Portland
503.223.6663
deainc.com
Al Barkouli
CEO
260
650
1976 Progressive and sustainable infrastructure design for transportation, land development, energy
60 75 Capitol Auto Group
Salem
503.585.4141
capitolauto.com
R. Scott Casebeer
President
200
200
1927 Retail automotive sales and service dealerships
61 52 ZGF Architects LLP
Portland
503.224.3860
zgf.com
Robert Packard
Managing partner
211
438
1959 Architecture, planning and interior design
62 68 Willamette Valley Company
Eugene
541.484.9621
wilvaco.com
John Harrison
President
120
360
1952 Manufactures and distributes specialty adhesives, equipment
63 70 Consolidated Supply Co.
Portland
503.684.5904
consolidatedsupply.com
Karla Neupert Hockley
President
133
255
1928 Wholesale distributor of plumbing, waterworks and hydronic heating products
64 53 Bright Wood Corp.
Madras
541.475.2234
brightwood.com
Dallas R. Stovall
President and CEO
650
660
1960 Manufacture of solid and engineered wood components
65 71 Market of Choice Inc.
Eugene
541.345.0566
marketofchoice.com
Richard L. Wright Jr.
President and CEO
800
800
1988 Chain of eight grocery stores offering organic and conventional products
66 62 Northwest Pump & Equipment Co.
Portland
503.227.7867
nwpump.com
Gregg Miller
President
165
295
1959 Distributes and services petroleum, industrial and carwash equipment
67 65 Slayden Construction Group Inc.
Stayton
503.769.1969
slayden.com
Greg Huston
President
205
235
1984 Construction services
68 56 Jubitz Corporation
Portland
503.283.1111
jubitz.com
Frederick Jubitz
President
163
163
1952 Fuel and fuel management; travel center
69 85 Tyree Oil
Eugene
541.687.0076
tyreeoil.com
Ronald L. Tyree
President
57
57
1988 Distributor of petroleum products and related services
70 81 Wellpartner Inc.
Portland
503.718.5700
wellpartner.net
Mike Wright
President and CEO
103
108
1998 Provider of pharmacy distribution solutions
$100 MILLION — $75 MILLION
71 45 United Pipe & Supply Co.
Portland
503.788.8813
unitedpipe.com
Terry A. Dotson
President
110
200
1953 Wholesale distrib. for irrigation, agriculture, domestic pumping, municipal and waterworks contractors
72 78 Oregon Iron Works Inc.
Clackamas
503.653.6300
oregoniron.com
Robert Beal
CEO
320
400
1945 Fabrication and manufacturing serving a variety of marine, aerospace, nuclear customers
73 83 Touchmark
Beaverton
503.646.5186
touchmark.com
Werner G. Nistler Jr.
CEO
106
1,008
1980 Develops empty-nester/active adult communities including health and fitness clubs, home health, assisted living, medical office buildings
74 77 Silver Eagle Manufacturing Co. Inc.
Portland
503.281.0727
silvereaglemfg.com
Jay Wilson
CEO and President
125
125
1936 Solutions in material handling behind the power unit, serving trucking fleets and the military
75 90 Freres Lumber Co. Inc.
Lyons
503.859.2121
Robert Freres
Chairman and CEO
400
400
1922 Manufactures and distributes softwood veneer, plywood and lumber products


 

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