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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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Ranks 26-50
Ranks 51-75
Ranks 76-100
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2012 2011 COMPANY / ORGANIZATION CITY SCORE DESCRIPTION
51 57 Environments Portland 264.30 Contract furniture sales and service
52 33 PREM Group Portland 264.20 Real estate management
53 36 King Estate Winery Eugene 263.70 Producer of premium and ultra-premium Pinot Gris with critically acclaimed restaurant
54 67 Tec Laboratories Albany 263.60 Pharmaceutical manufacturer
55 90 Mercy Corps Portland 263.00 Helping people build secure, productive and just communities
56 11 Bonneville Environmental Foundation Portland 262.79 Pioneers entrepreneurial solutions to remedy the Earth’s most pressing energy and water issues
57 NR Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC Portland 262.40 Law firm
58 NR Northwest Staffing Resources Portland 261.71 Recruiting and staffing company
59 47 CBRE Portland 261.70 Commercial real estate
60 NR Catholic Charities Portland 261.10 Pregnancy support and adoption; immigration legal aid; refugee resettlement; youth services, etc.
61 20 SOLARC Architecture and Engineering Eugene 261.09 Sustainable architecture and engineering design
62 60 Childpeace Montessori School Portland 260.69 Independent Montessori school for toddlers through 8th grade
63 NR CH2M HILL Portland 259.60 Full-service consulting, design, design-build, operations, and program management
64 71 Capitol Auto Group Salem 258.84 Automotive dealership sales and service
65 52 Child Care Development Services Gresham 258.81 Caregiver training, support to improve the quality of child care and teach healthy lifestyle habits
66 NR Stacy and Witbeck Portland 258.19 General engineering contractor
67 88 David Evans and Associates Portland 257.53 Progressive/sustainable design and management solutions for complex projects nationwide
68 55 On-the-Move Community Integration Portland 257.26 Environmentally-focused inclusion services for adults with developmental disabilities
69 85 Terwilliger Plaza Portland 256.90 Continuing-care retirement community
70 NR The Next Door Hood River 256.70 Prevention and treatment services for children and families
71
(tie)
56 Oregon Research Institute Eugene 256.51 Human behavior research
71
(tie)
NR Yost Grube Hall Architecture Portland 256.51 Oregon planning, architecture and interior design firm
73 NR NatureBake/Dave's Killer Bread Milwaukie 256.46 Bakery
74 65 Anthro Corporation Tualatin 256.16 Furniture design and manufacturing for technology
75 NR Coffee Bean International Portland 255.91 Wholesale coffee roaster


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