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
$75 MILLION — $50 MILLION (continued)
102 115 Walter E. Nelson Company
Portland
503.285.3037
walterenelson.com
Michael E. Nelson
CEO
295
365
1954 Wholesale janitorial, paper and packaging supplies
103 79 States Industries LLC
Eugene
541.688.7871
statesind.com
Mike Taylor
President and COO
305
335
1964 Manufactures, finishes decorative hardwood panels
104 114 Bullivant Houser Bailey PC**
Portland
503.228.6351
bullivant.com
Beth Skillern
President
160
302
1938 West Coast business and complex litigation law firm
105 130 Independent Dispatch Inc.
Portland
503.285.4251
independentdispatch.com
Gregory M. Gilbert
President/Chairman
67
73
1980 Intermodal marketing company; trucking and freight
106 102 North Pacific Management
Portland
503.425.1500
northp.com
Kevin White
CEO
388
521
1982 Real estate and hospitality
107 119 The Portland Clinic
Portland
503.221.0161
theportlandclinic.com
J. Michael Schwab
CEO
550
550
1921 Full-service medical clinic
108 106 Otak Inc.
Lake Oswego
503.635.3618
otak.com
Nawzad Othman
Pres & CEO
157
379
1981 Multifamily housing, transportation/transit development, etc.
109 127 Emerick Construction Co.
Happy Valley
503.777.5531
emerick.com
Larry Sitz
President
75
75
1943 CM/GC services, occupied facilities, educational, seismic upgrades, historic renovations, etc.
110 122 Rogers Machinery Company Inc.
Portland
503.639.0808
rogers-machinery.com
Walter B. Novak
Chairman and CEO
100
200
1949 Manufacturer of rotating equipment systems
111 123 Deschutes Brewery
Bend
541.385.8606
deschutesbrewery.com
Gary Fish
President
295
309
1988 Brewery
112 113 Alpenrose Dairy Inc.
Portland
503.244.1133
alpenrose.com
Carl Cadonau Jr.
Co-president
123
123
1916 Manufacture and packaging of dairy products
113 125 Vernier Software & Technology LLC
Beaverton
5032772299
vernier.com
David Vernier
CEO
93
93
1981 Hardware and software for science, math and engineering education
114 131 Miller Nash LLP
Portland
503.224.5858
millernash.com
Don Burns
Managing partner
182
258
1873 Multi-specialty law firm
115 97 RE/MAX Equity Group
Portland
503.670.3000
equitygroup.com
James C. Homoloka
President
58
58
1984 Real estate sales in Oregon and Southwest Washington
116 88 P&C Construction Co.
Portland
503.665.0165
builtbypandc.com
Steve Malany
President
85
85
1961 General contractor
LESS THAN $50 MILLION
117 136 Patrick Lumber Company
Portland
503.222.9671
patlbr.com
Jim Rodway
President
16
30
1915 Remanufacture and distribution of wood products
118 132 Compview Inc.
Beaverton
503.641.8439
compview.com
Scott Birdsall
President and CEO
50
100
1987 Audio visual systems integration
119 126 Henningsen Cold Storage Co.
Hillsboro
503.531.5400
henningsen.com
Michael E. Henningsen Jr.
Chairman and President
63
235
1923 Food logistics and supply chain solutions
120 121 Withnell Motor Company
Salem
503.559.4085
withnellauto.com
David Withnell
President
103
103
1959 Sales and service of Dodge, Hyundai, and used cars and trucks
121 134 Todd Construction Inc.
Tualatin
503.620.7652
toddconstruction.com
Brent Schafer
President
52
52
1986 Commercial general contractor
122
(tie)
73 Perlo Construction
Portland
503.624.2090
perlo.biz
Jeff Perala and Gayland Looney
Owners
43
43
1986 General contractor
122
(tie)
NR Stash Tea†
Tigard
503.684.4482
stashtea.com
Tom Lisicki
President
75
300
1972 Manufacture and sale of specialty teas, teaware, etc.
124 135 Butler Automotive Group
Ashland
541.482.2521
butlerman.com
Charles Butler Jr.
President
75
75
1976 Dealer for Acura, Ford, Hyundai, Suzuki and Kia
125 129 Virtual Supply Inc. dba Earl & Brown Co.
Beaverton
503.670.1170
earlbrown.com
Chuck Taylor
President/COO
20
22
1994 Wholesale distributor of consumer electronics products


 

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