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The Private 150: Bigger But Leaner

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Friday, July 11, 2014

 

RANK
2014
RANK
2013
COMPANY WEB ADDRESS SENIOR EXECUTIVE  TOTAL
EMPLOYEES 
OREGON EMPLOYEES  YEAR ESTABLISHED  DESCRIPTION
$150 MILLION - $250 MILLION
34 30 Fortis Construction fortisconstruct.com Jim Kilpatrick 96 96 2003 Construction manager/general contractor
35 43 Columbia Helicopters colheli.com Michael A. Fahey 850 425 1957 Helicoptor operations in oil and gas, government services  and forestry 
36 37 Harsch Investment Properties harsch.com Jordan Schnitzer 226 116 1950 Real estate investment, development and property manager
37 45 Collins collinswood.com Eric Schooler 706 427 1855 Wood products supplier
38 41 Plaid Pantries plaidpantry.com William "Chris" Girard 800 770 1963 Convenience store operator
39 40 Stoel Rives stoel.com Robert Van Brocklin 814 360 1904 Law firm
40 39 Sherm's Thunderbird Market shermsmarkets.com Sherman Olsrud 615 615 1967 Retail grocery store operator
41 55 Jubitz Corporation jubitz.com Frederick D. Jubitz 191 168 1952 Fuel and fuel manager
42 46 Membrane Holdings entek.com Larry Keith 445 315 2007 Provider of lead acid separators and engineering services
43 35 Walsh Construction walshconstructionco.com Robert S. Walsh 299 178 1961 Housing construction firm
44 52 Leatherman Tool Group leatherman.com Ben Rivera 1443 498 1983 Designer and maker of multi-purpose tools, knives and flashlights
45 48 Capitol Auto Group capitolauto.com Scott Casebeer 229 229 1927 Auto dealer
46 49 Tyree Oil tyreeoil.com Ronald L. Tyree 85 85 1988 Distributor of petroleum products
47 53 Consolidated Supply Co. consolidatedsupply.com Karla Neupert Hockley 330 185 1928 Wholesale distributor of plumbing, waterworks and hydronic heating products
48 50 Shari's Management Corporation sharis.com Bruce MacDiarmid 3373 1597 1978 Restaurant chain
49 51 Carr Auto Group* carrauto.com Brad Preble 269 228 1941 Auto dealer
50 NR Tripwire tripwire.com James B. Johnson 396 236 1997 Provider of risk-based security and compliance solutions
51 NR Dutch Bros. Coffee dutchbros.com Travis Boersma 2200 1070 1992 Drive thru coffee chain


 

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