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
$150 MILLION — $100 MILLION
52 65 Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Arch.
Portland
503.224.3860
zgf.com
Robert G. Packard III
Managing partner
250
480
1942 Professional services: architecture, interior design, planning and urban design.
53 66 Bright Wood Corp.
Madras
541.475.2234
brightwood.com
Dallas R. Stovall
President and CEO
650
650
1960 Manufacture of solid and engineered wood components for the window, door, and moulding industries.
54 56 Shelter Products
Portland
503.872.3600
shelter-products.com
Joe Beechler
CEO
67
118
1948 Building materials for multi-family, hospitality, assisted-living, military, campus housing, school, church and other projects.
55 70 Willamette Dental Group
Hillsboro
503.925.2000
willamettedental.com
Eugene C. Skourtes DMD
Chairman of the board
737
1,295
1970 Provides dental care, dental insurance and lab services for 350,000 members in three states.
56 68 Jubitz Corporation
Portland
503.283.1111
jubitz.com
Frederick D. Jubitz
President and CEO
200
ND
1952 Fuel and fuel management, travel center including hotel, truck service center, restaurant and lounge.
57 45 David Evans and Associates Inc.
Portland
503.223.6663
deainc.com
Ken Wightman
CEO
290
700
1976 Multidisciplinary consulting engineering company that provides sustainable infrastructure solutions nationwide.
58 71 Beall Corporation
Portland
503.735.2110
beallcorp.com
James E. Beall
President
220
550
1905 Bulk trailer manufacturing specializing in aluminum tankers and construction equipment.
59 73 Membrane Holdings LLC
Lebanon
541.259.3901
entek-international.com
Rob Keith
President
176
318
2007 Mfg. of microporous membranes used as separators for automotive and lithium batteries.
60 74 Carr Auto Group
Beaverton
503.644.2161
carrauto.com
W. Preble/G. Bradshaw
Chairman/President
223
284
1941 Portland-area sales and service of Chevy, Subaru, Cadillac, GMC, Pontiac and Buick automobiles.
61 76 Pacific Office Automation
Beaverton
503.601.2228
pacificoffice.com
Terry Newsom
President
312
560
1976 Complete document image management, products, service and support.
62 77 Northwest Pump & Equipment
Portland
503.227.7867
nwpump.com
Gregg Miller
President
168
310
1959 Distributes and services petroleum, industrial and carwash equipment from 15 branches throughout the West.
63 78 Guaranty RV Inc.
Junction City
541.998.2333
guaranty.com
Herbert N. Nill
Chairman
295
295
1967 Retail sales and service of recreational vehicles.
64 47 Collins Companies
Portland
503.417.7755
collinswood.com
Eric Schooler
CEO and President
332
637
1855 Family-owned producer of hardwoods, softwoods, veneers, particleboard, engineered wood siding and trim.
65 69 Slayden Construction Group
Stayton
503.769.1969
slayden.com
Greg Huston
President
205
235
1984 Construction services for federal, state and municipal governments and private companies.
66 62 LCG Pence Construction
Portland
503.252.3802
lcgpence.com
Bob Hill
CEO
92
92
1949 General contractor for mixed-use, multi-family, assisted living, office, health care, education and other projects.
67 80 West One Automotive Group
Portland
503.222.1335
hertznw.com
Ted Anderson
President
132
179
1976 Vehicle sales and rentals in the Pacific Northwest.
68 84 Willamette Valley Company
Eugene
541.484.9621
wilvaco.com
John Harrison
President
120
360
1952 Manufactures and distributes specialty urethanes, adhesives, coatings and metering and dispensing equipment.
69 86 Roth's IGA Foodliner Inc.
Salem
503.393.7684
roths.com
Michael Roth
President
828
828
1962 Independent grocery store chain, operating 11 stores in the Willamette Valley.
70 67 Consolidated Supply Co.
Portland
503.684.5904
consolidatedsupply.com
Karla Neupert Hockley
President
133
255
1928 Wholesale distributor of plumbing, waterworks and hydronic heating products;17 locations in four states.
71 NR Wright's Foodliner**
Eugene
541.345.0566
marketofchoice.com
Richard L. Wright Jr.
President and CEO
600
600
1988 Chain of six retail grocery stores offering organic and conventional products.
72 89 Western Tool Supply
Salem
5503.588.8222
westerntool.com
Kevin Kiker
President
80
480
1982 Distributes and sells power tools and hand tools to contractors and industry.
73 90 Perlo McCormack Pacific
Portland
503.624.2090
perlomccormackpacific.com
William McCormack, Gayland Looney, Jeff Perala
50
50
1986 Gen. contractor specializing in warehouses, auto dealerships, office, medical and retail, renovations, tenant improvements.
74 NR Consumer Cellular
Portland
800.686.4460
consumercellular.com
John Marick
CEO
133
133
1995 Wireless service provider focused on affordability, safety and convenience with no contracts.
75 60 Capitol Auto Group
Salem
503.585.4141
capitolauto.com
R. Scott Casebeer
President
220
220
1927 Retail automotive sales and service dealerships representing six new vehicle franchises.


 

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