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2006 Private 150: ranks 101-150

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Saturday, July 01, 2006

{safe_alt_text}Ranks 101-150

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Senior executive
$100 MILLION — $75 MILLION cont'd.
101 90 R&H Construction Co. 503.228.7177 John Bradley 200 1979 Provides building construction for retail, office tenant improvements, multi-family residential and building restoration in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Portland rhconst.com President 200
102 100 Leatherman Tool Group 503.253.7826 Jake Nichol 357 1983 Designs and manufactures multi-purpose tools. Products sold worldwide.
Portland leatherman.com President and CEO 357
103 NR Lime Financial Services 503.905.5000 Zan Hamilton 195 1999 Wholesale non-prime residential mortgage lender.
Lake Oswego limefinancial.com CEO 394
Senior executive
104 107 Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership 503.224.3860 Robert G. Packard III 215 1942 Architecture, planning, urban design and interior design firm for public and private projects.
Portland zgf.com Managing partner 390
105 97 Oregon Canadian Forest Products 503.647.5011 Wayne Holm 140 1973 Manufactures and distributes clear lumber products, such as paneling, finish lumber, flooring and mouldings; specializes in clear hardwood exterior decks.
North Plains ocfp.com President 230
106 112 Northwest Pump & Equipment Co. 503.227.7867 Gregg Miller 150 1959 Sales and service of petroleum equipment, industrial pumps and car wash systems in Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii and Nevada.
Portland nwpump.com President 276
107 115 Jubitz Corp. 503.283.1111 Fred Jubitz 195 1952 Provides diversified services and products for the travel industry. Businesses include fleet fuel management, travel center, commercial tires and hospitality.
Portland jubitz.com President 195
108 110 Combined Transport 541.826.7486 Michael S. Card 170 1980 Transports building materials, lumber products, flat glass and heavy machinery using flatbed and lowboy trailers in 48 states and Canada.
Central Point combinedtransport.com President 250
109 105 Butler Automotive Group 541.482.2521 Charles Butler Jr. 135 1976 Dealer for Acura, Ford, Hyundai, Suzuki and Kia vehicles with five dealerships in Ashland and Medford, including the Butler Truck Center.
Ashland butlerman.com President 135
110 103 Weston Pontiac-Buick-GMC 503.665.2166 Jay B. Weston 105 1975 Dealer of Pontiac, Buick, GMC, Kia and Suzuki vehicles, and used cars and trucks. Also doing business as Weston Kia and Weston Suzuki.
Gresham westonpontiac.com CEO 105
111 129 Peterson Pacific Corp. 541.689.6520 Neil Peterson 165 1982 Designs and manufactures wood waste recyclers, mulch blower trucks and portable whole tree debarking, delimbing and chipping equipment.
Eugene petersoncorp.com President and CEO 180
112 109 Coos Bay Lumber Co. LLC 541.751.0088 Patrick A. Ball 135 1946 Forest products: wholesale distribution, commodity and specialty building products, wood preserving, handling and shipping.
North Bend cooshead.com President 137
113 118 Keith Brown Building Materials 503.584.2000 Brad Pence 110 1928 Operates 12 full-service lumberyards in Oregon and California, and a discount building materials outlet in Salem.
Salem keithbrown.com CEO 200
114 113 Bullivant Houser Bailey PC 503.228.6351 David A. Ernst 233 1938 Law firm with 200 attorneys in four states.
Portland bullivant.com Firm president 425
115 120 Perlo McCormack Pacific 503.624.2090 William McCormack, Terry Edgar 75 1986 General contracting services
Portland perlomccormackpacific.com CEO, COO 75
116 125 Cascade General 503.285.1111 Frank J. Foti 300 1987 Repairs military support vessels, oil tankers and other oceangoing vessels.
Portland casgen.com CEO 350
117 146 Widmer Brothers Brewing Co. 503.281.2437 Kurt Widmer 125 1984 Craft brewer, with an extensive line of European- and American-style beer, including Hefeweizen.
Portland widmer.com President 165
118 116 Encore Senior Living LLC 503.261.6100 Peter Muhlbach 252 1996 Owns, leases and manages a full spectrum of senior-living communities nationwide.
Portland encoresl.com President and CEO 1,425
119 119 Withnell Motor Co. 503.364.0184 Richard E. Withnell 135 1964 New auto sales including Withnell Dodge, Withnell Hyundai, Withnell Body & Paint and Dick Withnell's Daily Rent-a-Car.
Salem withnellauto.com Chairman 135
120 117 Independent Dispatch 503.285.4251 Mike Gilbert 72 1980 Intermodal marketing company with trucking and freight forwarding in 48 states and local cartage.
Portland independentdispatch.com President and CEO 78
121 143 John Hyland Construction Co. 541.726.8081 John Hyland 65 1978 Construction management for health care, commercial, industrial, high-tech and education facilities.
Eugene jhconst.com President 65
122 136 HUNTAIR† 503.639.0113 Dave Benson 350 1993 Manufactures clean-room and air-handling systems for semiconductor, pharmaceutical, hospital and specialized commercial markets.
Tualatin huntair.com President 350
123 121 Sunset Imports 503.641.8600 Rob Roseta 88 1980 Franchised dealer for Audi and Porsche.
Beaverton sunsetimports.com Managing partner 88
124 122 Smith Frozen Foods 541.566.3515 Kelly Brown 500 1936 Processes frozen vegetables in Umatilla County. Sells nationally and internationally to retail, food service, industrial, institutional and export sectors.
Weston smithfrozenfoods.com President 500
125 108 Caffall Bros. Forest Products 503.682.1910 Douglas B. Caffall 9 1927 Produces Douglas fir stud lumber. Exports logs and provides log handling services with operations in Oregon and Washington.
Portland caffall.com President 115
Senior executive
126 132 Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC 503.222.9981 David F. Bartz Jr. 320 1892 Law firm specializing in technology/IP, commercial litigation, product liability, business and securities, real estate, land use, environmental, employment, and tax and estate planning.
Portland schwabe.com President 360
127 NR North Pacific Management 503.425.1500 Kevin White 421 1986 Hospitality and commercial real estate management company with hotels, restaurants, racquet and health clubs, office space, and industrial properties.
Portland www.northp.com President and CEO 506
128 NR Alpenrose Dairy 503.244.1133 Carl Cadonau Jr. 126 1918 Manufactures and packages milk, cottage cheese, sour cream and ice cream for wholesale distribution.
Portland www.alpenrose.com Co-president 126
129 124 LCG Pence Construction LLC 503.252.3802 Bob Hill 88 1949 General contractor
Portland lcgpence.com CEO 88
130 125 Powell's Books 503.228.4651 Michael Powell 489 1972 Book retailer with eight Portland-area stores, five warehouses and an e-commerce Web operation.
Portland powells.com President 489
131 141 Allied Systems Co. 503.625.2560 Lewis A. Rink 338 1976 Designer/manufacturer of heavy-lift and material-handling equip. under Wagner, Allied Marine Crane, Allied Winch, Ranger Skidder, Long Reach Forklift Attachments and Freeman Baling Equipment brands.
Sherwood alliedsystems.com CEO 343
132 134 Rogers Machinery Company 503.639.0808 Walter B. Novak 102 1949 Manufacturer of rotating equipment systems. Supplies compressed air systems, liquid pump packages and standby generator equipment.
Portland rogers-machinery.com Chairman and CEO 183
133 128 Emerick Construction Co. 503.777.5531 Larry Sitz 80 1943 Manager and general contractor for seismic/structural renovations and retrofit, historic rehab., high-tech, industrial, education, commercial, office, lab, religious and performing-arts projects.
Portland emerick.com President 80
133 130 Miller Nash LLP 503.224.5858 Thomas C. Sand 136 1873 Northwest multidisciplinary law firm serving clients with business and litigation needs; offices in Portland as well as Vancouver and Seattle, Wash.
Portland millernash.com Managing partner 240
135 127 Chambers Construction Co. 541.687.9445 David H. Hilles 70 1955 General contractor
Eugene chambersconstruction.com President 70
136 145 Micro Power Electronics 503.693.7600 Greg Love 245 1985 Designs and manufactures battery systems for the handheld computing, data collection and commercial military markets.
Hillsboro micro-power.com President and CEO 250
137 131 Farwest Fibers 503.255.2299 John Drew 125 1980 Paper, metal, plastic,glass and electronics recyclable processing and brokerage in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California and Hawaii.
Portland farwestfibers.com CEO 175
138 137 Turf Merchants 800.421.1735 Steven P. Tubbs 11 1983 Develops, produces and markets proprietary turfgrass seeds worldwide.
Tangent turfmerchants.com CEO 11
138 133 Unicru 503.596.3271 Chris Marsh 247 1987 Provides hiring management systems. Evaluates and processes job applications.
Beaverton unicru.com President and CEO 271
140 138 P&C Construction Co. 503.665.0165 Steve Malany 75 1961 General contractor
Gresham builtbypandc.com President 75
141 NR Allegro Corporation 503.257.8480 Joeseph Micallef 65 1981 Media company that originates, packages and distributes audio, video and educational content.
Portland allegro-music.com CEO 85
142 139 The Portland Clinic 503.221.0161 J. Michael Schwab 390 1921 Medical clinic with five locations.
Portland theportlandclinic.com CEO 390
143 NR Tripwire 503.276.7500 Jim B. Johnson 143 1997 Provides companies with auditing software and services.
Portland tripwire.com President and CEO 143
144 148 Triplett Wellman 503.982.4188 Ken Triplett 40 1982 Commercial general contractor
Woodburn triplettwellman.com President 55
145 NR SnapNames.com 503.219.9990 Sudhir Bhagwan 23 2000 Domain name back-ordering and industry infrastructure technologies.
Portland snapnames.com Chairman and CEO 23
146 142 Compview 503.641.8439 Scott Birdsall 45 1987 Audio-visual design, integration, consultation and contract services.
Beaverton compview.com President and CEO 92
147 NR Rexius Forest By-Products 541.342.1835 Arlen Rexius 250 1935 Landscaping and landscape supplies, a composting and recycling facility, and a bark and potting-soil packaging plant.
Eugene rexius.com Co-president 250
148 150 Associated Business Systems 503.244.4800 Craig Knouf 141 1997 Provides office equipment, network solutions, document management programs, and facilities management services.
Portland associatedbusiness.com President 153
149 NR Anthro Corp. 503.691.2556 Shoaib Tareen 110 1984 Designs and manufactures furniture for technology used in engineering, education and medical applications.
Tualatin anthro.com CEO and President 110
150 147 Deschutes Brewery 541.385.8606 Gary Fish 146 1988 Brews hand-crafted traditional and specialty ales. Also operates a brewpub.
Bend deschutesbrewery.com President 155

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