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Best Construction Companies in Portland (2023)

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Last updated on July 11th, 2024 at 05:29 am

Our annual ranking of top construction firms highlights the top companies in Portland based on their project volume over the past year, with a focus on relevance. This compilation is derived from permit and contractor information sourced from city, county, and state building departments through our partners at BuildZoom. For further information regarding data accuracy, please consult the note at the end of this article.

Business Name

# Projects Last Year

Typical Job Size (in $)

Typical Permit Fees (in $)

Percent of projects under relevant project types

Heritage Homes of Molalla Oregon Inc

245

344150

10300

100.00%

Dynalectric Company

71

33930

240

100.00%

Songbird

48

146590

2480

100.00%

Cedar Ridge Homes

47

300000

34580

100.00%

Bnk Construction Inc

32

117500

1690

88.89%

Sage Built Homes LLC

29

479950

30320

100.00%

Walen Construction

24

191490

2140

96.00%

Ziebart Construction

23

60000

580

100.00%

Garrette Custom Homes

20

505340

47410

100.00%

Adair Homes Inc

20

479500

3280

100.00%

PC Construction Co

19

58500

1640

90.48%

Stone Creek Building & Development Inc

16

150000

2800

94.12%

Emh Construction LLC

15

46000

480

100.00%

Lcg Co LLC

14

665000

1710

93.33%

Creative Contracting Inc

12

23660

340

80.00%

H and H Homes LLC

10

12000

300

100.00%

Black Hawk Homes LLC

10

295000

28160

100.00%

Karlsen Homes LLC

9

400000

2860

100.00%

Powell Built Homes Inc

9

300000

1240

100.00%

Ls Panas & Associates

9

85000

510

100.00%

Ac Schommer and Sons Inc

8

150000

460

88.89%

Edelweiss Construction LLC

8

120000

680

100.00%

Construction data serves multiple purposes within the construction industry. Businesses supplying materials and services to general contractors can strategically connect with their target audience by utilizing data on important project milestones and business trends. For instance, by monitoring key events such as the initiation of major construction projects, they can time their communications to coincide with contractors’ resource needs, ensuring their messages are timely and relevant. Furthermore, analyzing contractors’ operational patterns allows materials suppliers and service providers to pinpoint those experiencing growth, thereby refining their outreach efforts. Subcontractors can adopt a similar approach to effectively engage with general contractors for project opportunities. Meanwhile, stakeholders like real estate developers and property owners can utilize detailed data to assess the capabilities and expertise of both contractors and subcontractors, ensuring they align with their project requirements and stay abreast of current real estate market trends.

Note: The data used to compile this list may not be complete based on the availability of permit data – collecting and consolidating this data is a time-intensive and difficult task. It may not be complete in all areas due to jurisdictional reporting requirements and the availability of data. Job values and permit fees should be taken as estimates rather than exact values, based on the most complete permit and contractor data available.

The time period for the data used for this ranking was the past 365 days, plus an additional 45 days to account for the average timeline of a building permit.

If you have any suggestions on the data or see any corrections that you’d like to give feedback on, please fill out this form. For more insights on construction data outside that are not directly related to contractors, there are other resources available as well.