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100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon 2013

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Articles - June 2013
Monday, May 27, 2013

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75 54 Tec Laboratories Albany 254.16 Pharmaceutical manufacturing
76 NR Grant Thornton LLP Portland 254.05 Audit, tax, valuation, litigation support, IT and other consulting services for range of industries
77 NR Waggener Edstrom Worldwide Lake Oswego 253.83 Global, integrated communications agency
78 52 PREM Group Portland 253.41 Real estate management
79 99 Mazzetti Nash Lipsey Burch Portland 253.38 Mechanical, plumbing, electrical and IT
80 50 Cascade Employers Association Salem 253.03 Human resource consulting association
81 62 Childpeace Montessori School Portland 252.85 Independent Montessori school for pre-K to middle school
82 44 Carr Auto Group Beaverton 252.28 Automotive sales and service
83 NR Barran Liebman LLP Portland 252.14 Employment, labor and benefits law firm
84 NR Sitka Center for Art and Ecology Otis 251.57 Art and ecology workshops, artist residencies and annual art show of contemporary artists
85 NR Bend Area Habitat for Humanity Bend 250.6 Affordable housing
86 NR Edelman Portland 249.84 Communications strategy for clients' business and communication goals
87 90 Sunstone Montessori School Portland 249.32 Preschool and elementary Montessori school
88 NR Oregon Wild Portland 249.02 Protecting and restoring Oregon's wildlands, wildlife and waters for future generations
89 67 David Evans and Associates Portland 248.58 Sustainable design and management for transportation, land development, energy and water projects
90 70 The Next Door Hood River 248.24 Prevention and treatment services for families and children
91 NR Rural Development Initiatives Eugene 248.17 Helping rural communities build leadership networks, economic vitality, networking, etc.
92 47 RHT Energy Solutions Medford 247.75 Energy engineering consulting
93 NR Lease Crutcher Lewis Portland 247.69 Construction management
94 80 Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives Portland 247.2 Affordable housing and supportive resident services
95 NR Bullard Law Portland 247.08 Law firm
96 63 CH2M HILL Portland 246.95 Consulting, design, design-build, operations and program management for public and private clients
97 NR Genentech Hillsboro 246.49 Biotech manufacturing and distribution
98 NR Hartmann&Forbes Tualatin 245.72 Natural home furnishings, including window coverings and wallcoverings
99 71 Yost Grube Hall Architecture Portland 245.1 Architecture and design services
100 58 Northwest Staffing Resources Portland 244.19 Recruiting and outsourcing services


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-1 #1 Carr Chevrolet Goes Green!Guest 2013-05-30 22:35:01
Way to go Carr Chevrolet for making the list.

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