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
LESS THAN $50 MILLION (continued)
126 NR Henningsen Cold Storage Co.
Hillsboro
503.531.5400
henningsen.com
Michael E. Henningsen Jr.
Chairman and President
76
262
1923 Food logistics and supply chain solutions with more than 42 million cu. ft. of multi-temperature warehousing and dist. services.
127
(tie)
118 Emerick Construction Co.
Portland
503.777.5531
emerick.com
Larry Sitz
President
65
65
1943 Manager/gen. contractor for new commercial, educ. and institutional projects, seismic/structural renov., historic rehab., etc.
127
(tie)
135 PMC Group
Milwaukie
503.656.7400
pmc-g.com
Mark Hettervig
President
210
220
1988 Plumbing, HVAC, refrigeration and sheet metal design/build services for commercial and residential customers.
129 141 Virtual Supply Inc.***
Beaverton
503.670.1170
earlbrown.com
Chuck Taylor
President/COO
16
20
1994 Regional and national wholesale distributor and Internet-fulfillment supplier of consumer electronics products.
130 122 Independent Dispatch Inc.
Portland
503.285.4251
independentdispatch.com
G. Gilbert/M. Gilbert
President/Chairman & CEO
71
76
1980 Intermodal marketing company; trucking and freight forwarding in 48 states; local cartage.
131 144 Miller Nash LLP
Portland
503.224.5858
millernash.com
Don Burns
Managing partner
178
257
1873 One of the Northwest's largest multi-specialty law firms for business and litigation serving clients locally and worldwide.
132 140 CompView Inc.
Beaverton
503.641.8439
compview.com
Scott Birdsall
President and CEO
50
100
1987 Audio visual systems integration, specializing in design, installation and programming.
133 118 Chambers Construction
Eugene
541.687.9445
chambersconstruction.com
David H. Hilles
President and CEO
60
60
1955 General contractor specializing in negotiated construction services for private and public industry.
134 102 Todd Construction Inc.
Tualatin
503.620.7652
toddconstruction.com
Brent Schafer
President
52
52
1986 Commercial general contractor specializing in unique educational, retail, medical and office projects.
135 147 Butler Automotive Group
Ashland
541.482.2521
butlerman.com
Charles Butler Jr.
President
76
76
1976 Dealer for Acura, Ford, Hyundai, Suzuki and Kia vehicles with four dealerships in Ashland and Medford.
136 131 Patrick Lumber Company
Portland
503.222.9671
patlbr.com
Jim Rodway
President
17
35
1915 Remanufacture and distribution of wood products.
137 123 Triplett Wellman Inc.
Woodburn
503.982.4188
triplettwellman.com
Ken Triplett
President
35
45
1982 Commercial general contractor specializing in educational, medical, institutional, CM/GC, retail, etc.
138 128 Greenberry Industrial
Corvallis
541.757.8458
greenberry.com
Jason Pond
President/CEO
250
250
1974 Full-service industrial mechancial contractor and fabricator.
139 145 Northside Ford Truck Sales
Portland
503.282.7777
northsidetrucks.com
Jim McDonough
President
91
91
ND Family-owned and operated dealer of Ford, Sterling, Condor trucks.
140 NR Teufel Nursery
Portland
503.646.1111
teufel.com
Larry Teufel
President
165
291
1890 Commercial landscape construction and maintenance, customer residential landscaping.
141 146 Anthro Corp.
Tualatin
503.691.2556
anthro.com
Shoaib Tareen
CEO and President
115
115
1984 Design and manufacture of furniture for engineering, education, medical applications and general office use.
142 NR Oregon Imaging Centers
Eugene
541.687.7134
oregonimaging.com
Mark Smith
CEO
140
140
ND Medical imaging center.
143 149 Rexius Forest By-Products
Eugene
541.342.1835
rexius.com, slingers.com
Arlen Rexius
Co-president
250
250
1935 Operations include landscaping, a composting/recycling facility, rock slinger equipment manufacturing, etc.
144 NR The Hasson Company
Lake Oswego
503.635.9801
hasson.com
Stephen Studley
President
22
23
1983 Locally owned residential real estate company.
145 150 Maritime Services Corporation
Hood River
541.386.1010
mscor.com
George Selfridge
CEO
105
210
1986 Contracts for interior remodeling of vessels over 100': oil rigs, ferries, cruise ships, fishing vessels, gaming vessels, large yachts.
146 137 Allied Systems
Sherwood
503.625.2560
alliedsystems.com
Lewis A. Rink
CEO
200
210
1976 Designer and manufacturer of heavy lift and material handling equipment.
147 NR Alliant Systems
Beaverton
503.230.8991
alliant-systems.com
John Rozell
President
105
105
ND Mechanical contractor.
148 NR Benchmade Knife Company
Oregon City
503.655.6004
benchmade.com
Lester de Asis
Founder and CEO
144
145
1990 Manufactures, markets, and sells premium sports, military, and utility cutting tools.
149 NR Interface Engineering
Portland
503.382.2662
interfaceengineering.com
Omid Nabipoor
President
112
179
ND MEP engineering design consulting.
150 NR Beaverton Foods
Beaverton
503.646.8138
beavertonfoods.com
Bill Small
CEO
72
74
1929 Manufacturer of specialty horseradish, mustards and gourmet condiments.

Footnotes:
* In previous years, net revenue was reported instead of gross revenue.
** dba Market of Choice
*** dba Earl & Brown Company

ND: Not Disclosed.



 

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