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
$100 MILLION — $75 MILLION
76 81 R&H Construction Co.
Portland
503.228.7177
rhconst.com
John Bradley
CEO
200
200
1979 Commercial gen. contractor specializing in private and public sector remodel, renovation, tenant imp., ground-up projects.
77 143 Silver Eagle Manufacturing Co.
Portland
503.281.0727
silvereaglemfg.com
Jay Wilson
CEO and President
238
238
1936 Solutions in material handling behind the power unit, serving the needs of trucking fleets and the military.
78 85 Oregon Iron Works
Clackamas
503.653.6300
oregoniron.com
Bob Beal
CEO
400
400
1945 Specialty metal fabricator serving government and private industries worldwide.
79 92 States Industries Inc.
Eugene
541.688.7871
statesind.com
Diane Montoya
President / CEO
365
434
1964 Manufactures, finishes and componentizes decorative hardwood panels for cabinetry, fixtures, architecture and retail sales.
80 75 Arbor Custom Homes
Beaverton
503.641.7342
arborhomes.com
Dennis Sackhoff
President
75
75
1988 Homebuilder and developer.
81 104 Wellpartner Inc.
Portland
503.718.5700
wellpartner.net
Mike Wright
President and CEO
97
104
1998 Provider of pharmacy distribution solutions for insurers, employers, Medicaid plans and other health organizations.
82 95 Cascade Wood Products Inc.
White City
541.826.2911
cascadewood.com
Gary D. Moore
Chairman and president
ND 1953 Manufactures wood and plastic millwork, columns, porch posts, stair work, scrap recovery machinery, etc.
83 102 Touchmark
Beaverton
503.646.5186
touchmark.com
Wetrner G. Nistler Jr.
CEO
153
1,503
1980 Develops empty-nester/active adult communities incl. health/fitness clubs, home health, asstd. living, medical office buildings.
84 97 Shilo Inns
Portland
503.641.6565
shiloinns.com
Christopher Campbell
CEO
700
1,500
1974 Hospitality company operating 40 properties in the Western United States.
85 61 Tyree Oil
Eugene
541.687.0076
tyreeoil.com
Ronald L. Tyree
President
57
57
1988 Distributor of petroleum products and related services in Southern Oregon and Washington.
86 93 Oregon Canadian Forest Prod.
North Plains
503.647.5011
ocfp.com
Wayne Holm
President
110
155
1977 Manufactures and distributes clear lumber products, including paneling, finish lumber, flooring, mouldings and decking.
87 101 Allegro Media Group
Portland
503.257.8480
allegromediagroup.com
Joseph Micallef
CEO
92
297
1981 Media company that originates, packages and distributes audio, video and educational content.
88 100 P&C Construction Co.
Gresham
503.665.0165
builtbypandc.com
Steve Malany
President
100
100
1961 Local general contractor providing construction services for 48 years.
89 82 Combined Transport Inc.
Central Point
541.826.7586
combinedtransport.com
Michael S. Card
President
265
458
1980 Transports building materials, lumber, flat glass, windmills and machinery using flatbed and lowboy trailers.
90 96 Freres Lumber Co. Inc.
Lyons
503.859.2121
Robert Freres
Chairman and CEO
400
400
1922 Manufactures and distributes softwood veneer, plywood and lumber products.
91 98 Webtrends
Portland
877.932.8736
webtrends.com
Alex Yoder
CEO
200
306
1993 Enterprise customer intelligence that turns online and offline data into understanding.
92 83 South Coast Lumber & Affiliates
Brookings
541.469.2136
socomi.com
Ronald T. Fallert
CEO
390
390
1950 Manufactures lumber, plywood, veneer, chips and laminated veneer lumber for industrial applications.
$75 MILLION — $50 MILLION
93 124 Tripwire Inc.
Portland
503.276.7500
tripwire.com
James (Jim) Johnson
CEO
184
277
1983 IT security and compliance automation solutions for businesses and government agencies to take control of IT infrastructure.
94 91 Leatherman Tool Group Inc.
Portland
503.253.7826
leatherman.com
Jake Nichol
President and CEO
420
424
1983 Designs and manufactures high-quality compact multi-purpose tools, knives and other products sold worldwide.
95 87 Royal Moore Auto Center
Hillsboro
503.648.1153
royalmoore.com
Royal Moore II 140
140
1967 Dealer of Buick, GMC, Mazda, Nissan, Pontiac, Subaru, Toyota vehicles.
96 59 Fortis Construction Inc.
Portland
503.459.4477
fortisconstruct.com
Jim Kilpatrick
President
65
65
2003 Construction manager and general contractor for higher education, technology, office and health care facilities.
97 110 RE/MAX Equity Group
Beaverton
503.452.6100
equitygroup.com
James C. Homoloka
President
72
72
1984 Real estate sales in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
98 108 Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt
Portland
503.222.9981
schwabe.com
David F. Bartz Jr.
President
304
392
1892 Multi-service law firm specializing in business transactions, real estate, land use, business litigation and IP.
99 109 The Dussin Group
Portland
503.225.0433
thedussingroup.com
Chris Dussin
President
400
2,300
1969 Owns and operates four restaurant concepts: The Old Spaghetti Factory, Fenouil, Dussini Loft Bar, and Lucier.
100 111 Landmark Ford Lincoln Mercury
Tigard
503.639.1131
landmarkford.com
Jim Corliss
President
204
206
1979 Ford Lincoln Mercury automotive dealer.


 

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