SRG Partnership Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- SRG Partnership's estimated annual revenue is currently $28.1M per year.
- SRG Partnership's estimated revenue per employee is $323,000
- SRG Partnership has 87 Employees.
- SRG Partnership grew their employee count by 13% last year.
- SRG Partnership currently has 6 job openings.
SRG Partnership Competitors
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Alta Planning +...||$66.9M||207||N/A||N/A|
|PAE Consulting ...||$168M||520||14%||N/A|
|Ankrom Moisan A...||$110.1M||341||9%||N/A|
|SCOTT | EDWARDS...||$21.3M||66||10%||N/A|
|Hennebery Eddy ...||$20.3M||63||13%||N/A|
|GBD Architects ...||$32.6M||101||N/A||N/A|
What Is SRG Partnership?
Founded in 1972, SRG Partnership is a full-service architecture, planning and interiors firm with offices in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. With our multi-disciplined staff we seek projects that stimulate the human spirit, integrate the natural environment, enhance the site context and its neighbors, and promote an appreciation for the craft of our industry. Our award-winning projects are praised for their design quality, innovation and program responsiveness. Spanning higher education, civic & cultural, science & technology and healthcare sectors throughout the West, our noteworthy projects include the Washington State University-Everett University Center, University of Oregon Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center, Portland Shriners Hospitals for Children Addition/Renovation, Portland State University Karl Miller Center, University of Oregon Lillis Business Complex, UC Riverside School of Medicine Research Building, Seattle Museum of Flight Space Gallery and Pedestrian Bridge, Pike Place Market Renovation, and Everett Community College Student Fitness Center. Singled out as the DJC Oregon's 2018 "Interior Design Firm of the Year," we are inspired by the perpetual evolution of the design industry as we create spaces in which people can collaborate, engage, interact and learn. We approach sustainable design with a holistic perspective, integrating it into everything we do. We are committed to the Architecture 2030 Challenge and are monitoring to reduce our own carbon footprint. Named one of the companies to watch in Portland Monthly for our sustainable design practices and ranked #10 on ARCHITECT 50's national 2013 list for sustainability, we want our solutions to have a forward-thinking ripple effect. Educating users and turning them into promoters of sustainable living is the driving force behind our mission.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Kent Duffy||Principal||Email Available|
|Cheryl Harmon||Principal||Email Available|
|Dennis Haskell FAIA||Principal||Email Available|
|Tim Evans||Principal||Email Available|
|Duncan Thieme||Principal||Email Available|
|Craig Tompkins||Principal||Email Available|
|Eric Wilson||Principal||Email Available|
|Jeff Yrazabal||Principal||Email Available|
|Rick Zieve FAIA||Principal||Email Available|
|Aaron Pleskac||Principal||Email Available|
SRG Partnership News
In Portland, architecture firm SRG Partnership promoted Laurel Danielson, Bethany Gelbrich and Trevor Lavoie to senior associate, Leslie Boll ...
The city hired SRG Partnership, Inc., an architectural firm based in the Northwest, to look at the city's options for a new facility, as stated in a city ...
Owner: Seattle Housing Authority. Architect: SRG Partnership ... Landscape architect: Berger Partnership. Mechanical engineer: Rushing Co.