Oregon's Private 150

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Articles - July/August 2012
Monday, July 09, 2012
2012 2011 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR / TOTAL EMPLOYEES YEAR
EST
DESCRIPTION
$1 BILLION — $250 MILLION continued
31 29 Wieden+Kennedy*
Portland
503-937-7000
wk.com
Dan Wieden
CEO
563
1,200
1982 Advertising and media-buying services
32 28 Tumac
Portland
503-226-6661
tumac.com
Brad McMurchie
Chairman and CEO
75
95
1959 Import/export and wholesale distributor of wood and food products
$250 MILLION — $150 MILLION
33 43 Harder Mechanical Contractors
Portland
503-281-1112
hardermech.com
Steve Harder
CEO
570
1,160
1934 Mechanical contractors
34 38 KEEN
Portland
503-402-1520
keenfootwear.com
Rory Fuerst
Founder and CEO
120
140
2003 Footwear maker
35 52 Fortis Construction
Portland
503-459-4477
fortisconstruct.com
Jim Kilpatrick
President
84
84
2003 Construction manager/general contractor
36 39 Leupold & Stevens
Beaverton
503-646-9171
leupold.com
Calvin Johnston
President and CEO
610
610
1907 Manufacturer of optical products
37 33 Parr Lumber Company
Hillsboro
503-614-2500
parr.com
David C. Hamill, Steven P. Johnson
CEO, CFO
414
548
1930 Building and finish materials
38 34 Harsch Investment Properties
Portland
503-242-2900
harsch.com
Jordan Schnitzer
President
112
203
1950 Real estate investment, development and property management
39 46 S.D. Deacon Corp.
Portland
503-297-8791
deacon.com
Brad Howe
General manager
83
260
1981 West Coast general contractor
40 42 Plaid Pantries
Beaverton
503-646-4246
plaidpantry.com
William C. Girard Jr.
Chairman and CEO
725
750
1963 Convenience-store chain
41 36 Sherm’s Thunderbird Market
Medford
541-857-0850
shermsmarkets.com
Sherman Olsrud
President
643
643
1967 Grocery store
42 40 Stoel Rives
Portland
503-224-3380
stoel.com
Robert Van Brocklin
Firm managing partner
385
848
1904 Law firm
43 44 Swanson Group and Affiliates
Glendale
541-832-1121
swansongroupinc.com
Steve Swanson
President and CEO
690
690
1951 Manufactures lumber and plywood
44 50 Columbia Helicopters
Aurora
503-678-1222
colheli.com
Michael A. Fahey
President
450
800
1957 Global heavy-lift helicopter transport services
45 56 Consumer Cellular
Portland
800-686-4460
consumercellular.com
John Marick
CEO
235
414
1995 Wireless service provider
46 45 Membrane Holdings
Lebanon
541-259-3901
entek-international.com
Larry Keith
CEO
283
433
2007 Nanotechnology manufacturing
47 47 Shelter Products
Portland
503-872-3600
shelter-products.com
Joe Beechler
CEO
61
102
1948 Provides building materials
48 54 May Trucking Company
Salem
503-393-7030
maytrucking.com
C. Marvin May
CEO
554
1,174
1945 Trucking company
49 49 Shari’s Management Corp.
Beaverton
503-605-4299
sharis.com
Bruce MacDiarmid
President and CEO
1,600
4,000
1978 Restaurant chain
50 48 Original Pancake House Franchising
Portland
503-246-1049
originalpancakehouse.com
Ron Highet
President
24
3,000
1953 Restaurant franchise
51 53 Collins Companies
Portland
503-417-7755
collinswood.com
Eric Schooler
CEO and President
347
653
1855 Produces wood products
$150 MILLION — $100 MILLION
52 57 Carr Auto Group
Beaverton
503-644-2161
carrauto.com
Wallace Preble
Chairman
227
266
1941 Auto dealer
53 69 Tyree Oil
Eugene
541-687-0076
tyreeoil.com
Ronald L. Tyree
President
70
70
1988 Distributes petroleum products and related services
54 55 Willamette Dental Group
Hillsboro
503-952-2000
willamettedental.com
Eugene C. Skourtes
Chairman, Pres., CEO
523
957
1970 Provides dental care, dental insurance and lab services
55 (TIE) 68 Jubitz Corporation
Portland
503-283-1111
jubitz.com
Frederick D. Jubitz
President and CEO
155
155
1952 Fuel and fuel management; travel center
55 (TIE) 65 Market of Choice
Eugene
541-345-0566
marketofchoice.com
Richard L. Wright Jr.
President and CEO
850
850
1988 Chain of eight grocery stores
57 63 Consolidated Supply Co.
Portland
503-684-5904
consolidatedsupply.com
Karla Neupert Hockley
President
143
285
1928 Wholesale distributor of plumbing, waterworks and hydronic heating products
58 59 David Evans and Associates
Portland
503-223-6663
deainc.com
Al A. Barkouli
President and CEO
276
650
1976 Architectural and engineering firm
59 61 ZGF Architects LLP
Portland
503-224-3860
zgf.com
Robert Packard
Managing partner
216
461
1942 Architecture, planning and interior design
60 62 Willamette Valley Company
Eugene
541-484-9621
wilvaco.com
John Harrison
President
120
360
1952 Manufactures and distributes specialty urethanes, adhesives, etc.

*Does not disclose revenue; rank based on revenue estimated by Ad Age in Agency Family Trees 2012 DataCenter.


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0 #1 CriteriaGuest 2012-08-20 17:16:08
What are the criteria for the Top 150 Private businesses?
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+1 #2 EditorGuest 2012-08-20 17:26:23
Companies are ranked by annual revenue. Only those private companies that send Oregon Business their financials are used in the ranking.
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0 #3 TimelineGuest 2012-08-20 18:39:03
Thank you for the quick response. When is the financial information gathered or submitted?
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0 #4 Research EditorGuest 2012-08-20 19:28:45
we survey for the Private 150 in April and May. To get in our database, you can submit your company's current information here:
http://www.oregonbusiness.com/component/chronocontact/?chronoformname=Private150

We have surveys for other lists here as well:
http://www.oregonbusiness.com/powerlist-forms

Or feel free to email me your company's contact info here:
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0 #5 labor policiesGuest 2013-04-25 02:51:07
Landmark ford is on your list. I have a problem with that companies policies. They terminate employees before they use their earned vacation. After terminating them they only pay half of the earned vacation for previous year. They do not even consider time worked is current year. They also only pay holiday pay if holiday falls on work day. If it falls on day off, they do not pay the extra holiday pay. I know that these are legal, but very cheap and inconsiderate to the people that work hard for that company.
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