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The 2010 Top 150 Private Companies in Oregon

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Articles - July 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
2010 2009 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR EMPS
TOTAL EMPS
YEAR
EST
SPECIALTIES
$1 BILLION — $250 MILLION (continued)
26 36 Avamere Health Services
Wilsonville
503.570.3405
avamere.com
Rick Miller
CEO
3,400
4,500
1995 Provides senior health svcs. throughout the Pacific Northwest including skilled nursing and community-based care.
27 32 A-dec Inc.
Newberg
503.538.9471
a-dec.com
Scott Parrish
President
862
951
1965 Dental equipment solutions company. Manufacuturer of dental chairs, delivery systems, lights, stools, furniture, hand pieces.
28 NR Olsson Industrial Electric
Springfield
541.747.8460
olssonelec.com
Eric Olsson
President
80
80
1982 Industrial electrical contractor.
29 31 PACCESS LLC
Portland
503.230.4890
paccessglobal.com
Scott Olmstead
CFO
57
195
1995 Packaging design and development, container board and recycled fiber sourcing, etc.
30 18 S.D. Deacon Corp.
Portland
503.297.8791
deacon.com
Steve Deacon
CEO
83
302
1981 W. Coast general contractor for retail, hospitality, medical office buildings, high-tech, mixed-use, other commercial projects.
31 25 Lumber Products
Tualatin
503.691.3322
lumberproducts.com
Peter Hall
President
170
560
1938 Wholesale distributor of door and millwork products, hardwood lumber, plywood , etc.
$250 MILLION — $150 MILLION
32 35 WSCO Petroleum Corp.
Portland
503.243.2929
R.W. Dyke
CEO
350
470
1970 Real estate investment company doing business in retail and wholesale petroleum, bulk transportation and hotel operations.
33 28 Swanson Group & Affiliates
Glendale
541.832.1121
swansongroup.com
Steve Swanson
President and CEO
700
700
1951 Manufacture and distribution of lumber and plywood.
34 39 Harsch Investment Properties
Portland
503.242.2900
harsch.com
Jordan Schnitzer
President
135
252
1950 Real estate investment, development and prop. mgmt. of over 21 million sq. ft. of office, retail, industrial, multi-family space.
35 41 Azumano Travel
Portland
503.223.6245
azumano.com
Sho Dozono
President and CEO
165
215
1949 Minority-owned provider of services for corporate, leisure, group, meeting and incentive travel.
36 43 Sherm’s Thunderbird Market
Medford
541.857.0850
shermsmarkets.com
Sherman Olsrud
President
625
625
1967 Grocery stores.
37 37 Parr Lumber Company
Hillsboro
503.614.2500
parr.com
D. Hamill, S. Johnson
CEO, CFO
425
525
1930 Building and finish materials for residential and commercial construction and remodeling.
38 46 Stoel Rives LLP
Portland
503.224.3380
stoel.com
Walter Van Valkenburg
Managing partner
395
850
1904 Law firm providing business and litigation advice for clients ranging from startups to large public companies.
39 44 May Trucking Company
Salem
503.393.7030
maytrucking.com
C. Marvin May
CEO and Chairman
370
1200
1945 Irregular route motor carrier for dry and refrigerated goods from manufacturers to wholesalers and retailers.
40 34 Tumac Lumber Co. Inc.
Portland
503.226.6661
tumac.com
Brad McMurchie
Chairman and CEO
85
150
1959 Wholesale distributor of specialty wood products to major international markets.
41 48 Columbia Helicopters
Aurora
503.678.1222
colheli.com
Michael A. Fahey
President
400
750
1957 Heavy-lift helicopter transport for timber, petroleum, mining and construction industries all over the world.
42 49 TEC Equipment Inc.
Portland
503.285.7667
tectrucks.com
David Thompson
President and CEO
228
478
1982 Sales, service and financing of new and used Volvo, Mack and GMC trucks in three states.
43 50 Kerr Pacific Corp.
Portland
503.221.1301
kerrpacific.com
E. Randolph Labbe
CEO
35
300
1953 Diversified flour milling in the Western U.S. and broadline foodservice distribution in Hawaii.
44 51 Morrow Equipment Company
Salem
503.585.5721
morrowequipment.com
Christian Chalupny
President
65
375
1968 Tower crane and hoist rental company with more than 700 machines and branches all over the world.
45 52 United Pipe & Supply Co.
Portland
503.788.8813
unitedpipe.com
ND 1953 Wholesale distributor with 32 locations throughout the Northwest.
46 57 Vigor Industrial LLC
Portland
503.285.1111
vigorindustrial.net
Frank J. Foti
CEO
600
700
1987 Repair of oceangoing vessels and other related industrial activities.
47 26 Farwest Steel Corporation
Eugene
541.686.2000
farweststeel.com
Pat Eagen
President and CEO
275
575
1956 Operates steel service centers, metal fabrication, reinforcing steel fabrication and coating.
48 53 Plaid Pantries Inc.
Beaverton
503.646.4246
plaidpantry.com
William C. Girard Jr.
Chairman and CEO
670
695
1963 Convenience store chain operating 103 locations in Oregon and Washington.
49 40 Don Rasmussen Company
Portland
503.228.8351
reallynicecars.com
Greg Rasmussen
President
304
304
1950 Sales and service of high-line automobiles and related parts and accessories.
50 54 Shari’s Management Corp.
Beaverton
503.605.4299
sharis.com
Bruce MacDiarmid
President and CEO
1600
4000
1978 Operates 104 restaurants in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Wyoming and Nebraska.
51 NR The Original Pancake House
Portland
503.246.1049
originalpancakehouse.com
Ron Highet
President
24
3,000
1953 Third-generation family business serving pancakes with high-quality ingredients at more than 100 franchises nationwide.


 

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