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100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon

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Thursday, May 31, 2012
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100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon
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2012 2011 COMPANY / ORGANIZATION CITY SCORE DESCRIPTION
1 29 Oregon Environmental Council Portland 290.00 Safeguards clean air and water, an unpolluted landscape and healthy food produced by local farmers
2 7 Rose City Mortgage Portland 288.36 Mortgage broker
3 2 Standing Stone Brewing Co. Ashland 286.76 Restaurant and brewery
4 16 Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Portland Portland 286.20 Hotel
5 5 Sokol Blosser Winery Dundee 283.70 Vineyard, winery and tasting room
6 8 Research Into Action Portland 283.60 Social marketing research and program evaluation
7 NR Salem Conference Center Salem 283.43 Full-service conference center
8 12 Portland YouthBuilders Portland 283.20 Offers high school completion, vocational training, leadership dev. and support to very low-income youth
9 3 SERA Architects Portland 282.29 Multi-disciplined firm offering integrated architecture, sustainability, urban design and planning
10 9 New Seasons Market Portland 282.10 Neighborhood grocery stores
11 43 REACH Community Development Portland 280.70 Affordable housing dev. and mgmt., free low-income home repairs, resident support and skill-building services
12 23 Isler CPA Eugene 280.00 CPA firm
13 NR Aim High Academy Of Martial Arts Beaverton 279.00 Community self-defense education
14 26 PAE Consulting Engineers Portland 278.10 Mechanical/electrical engineering and sustainable design
15 NR Tualatin Valley Water District Beaverton 277.30 Special district and water utility
16 25 Vernier Software & Technology Beaverton 277.10 Software, sensors, interfaces and curricular materials for schools to study science, math and engineering
17 6 Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, Portland Portland 275.96 Hotels and restaurants
18 28 Fluid Market Strategies Portland 275.90 Mgmt., marketing and training consulting specializing in energy efficiency, renewable technology
19 21 Gerding Edlen Development Portland 275.70 Real estate development, property management and retrofit consulting
20 NR Pacific Landscape Management Hillsboro 275.40 Commercial landscape maintenance
21 NR Thiessen Roadhouse Ministries Milwaukie 275.26 Houses, counsels and educates mothers in crisis of domestic violence
22 NR McKinstry Portland 275.10 Design-build-operate-maintain firm
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(tie)
13 Emerge Medical Spa LLC Tigard 275.00 Board-certified laser clinic
23
(tie)
10 Neil Kelly Company Portland 275.00 Residential remodeling general contractor
23
(tie)
38 Perkins Coie LLP Portland 275.00 Law firm


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