About Us

Business Solutions For Today’s Ultra-Competitive OEM Environment.

Since 1987, Cascade Controls has partnered with the world’s leading businesses to align and scale the OEM supply chain for the 21st century.

With manufacturing facilities in Portland and Troutdale, Oregon, Cascade’s 200+ strong team has the depth of experience and skills to rightsize your organization for success in today's ever-changing business environment. We'll provide the right pieces to your supply chain puzzle. Our passion is helping you solve your operational and market challenges.

We are agile enough to be an extension of your business and passionate enough about your products to be there at every step along the way. Our team of talented, experienced designers, engineers, programmers, and professionals excels across the product lifecycle spectrum, enabling us to adapt to almost any client and project needs. We thrive on solving your most complex product challenges.

At Cascade Controls, we’re fully committed to providing you with a seamless product lifecycle and customer service like you’ve never seen before in the electro-mechanical controls and automation manufacturing industries.

CCI Culture - Cascade Employee Focus


Ernest Notarte

Mechanical Engineer Manager– HTG

I have been involved in the majority of the designs for our HTG Division. It amazes me to see iterations of the designs we were involved with originally still being implemented in these assemblies that our manufacturing team is building today. Working at Cascade is a pleasure!


Tin Han

Business Operations Manager

I enjoy working for an organization that is capable of scaling along with our clients. We partner with clients on one-off jobs as well as highly visible global OEM programs. I'm proud of our engineering and manufacturing capabilities and confident that we can compete with the best in the industry. Our management team provides the leadership and business acumen that appeals to new and existing clients alike.


Chris Heard

Corporate Scheduling/Planning

The thing I enjoy most about my job with CCI is that I get to come to work every day and work with a team of passionate individuals. The team takes great pride in what they do in order to support our customers’ needs. This builds an environment that really encourages me to grow as a professional and to continuously develop new skill sets.


Caitlin Moore

Document Control Assistant

Working at Cascade Controls was my first job, and I’ve learned so much over the years I have worked here. I enjoy the family-like environment of the company and am proud to work here.


Carl Wickstrom

Senior Software Engineer

I love the work that I do at Cascade Controls. We get to take people’s dreams and turn them into reality. My job at Cascade allows me to take a pile of electrical parts and breathe life into them; it’s really fun and I couldn’t imagine myself doing anything else. I am surrounded by like-minded people who take pride in what they do... and are great at it! We are an amazing team. There is no dream too big or no job too small.


Deborah Douglass

Quality Assurance Technician

In my career at CCI, I have seen continuous improvements and developments that have evolved into a solid foundation on which we continue to build. I am proud of the services and products that we provide. I like the feeling of providing excellence to our clients.


Shasta Towler

Production Manager – FSG/ITG

The best part of my day at Cascade Controls is working with all of the coworkers that I interact with. I enjoy the collaborative problem solving that we do as a team on a daily basis. I really appreciate that Cascade Controls has given me the opportunity to grow my skill set in my years with the company. The education, experience, and mentorship I have received here have been great.


Laurie McCray

Senior Buyer

I have always appreciated the family-like atmosphere mixed with the get-it-done attitude required to grow and adapt with our industry. As our clients adapt, I enjoy the challenge of working with our team to meet design requirements, cost considerations, and production need.