Scroll through our growth into one of Milwaukee's largest and most trusted employee-owned organizations for quality, collaboration, integrity and technology. We're proud to serve you through one of our five divisions -- electrical service, signs, data communication, energy technology and electrical construction.
Work on downtown buildings, JC Pennys and Texacos; Residential appliance repair and Insinkerator maintenance comprise large portion of business.
Ron Maassen joins Lemberg as an apprentice in 1952. He later becomes president of Lemberg Electric.
Four service trucks, one boom truck, fifteen journeymen, and five apprentices.
William Lemberg retires and his son Gerald takes over the company.
Dave Washebek joins Lemberg as an apprentice in 1978. He later becomes the president of Lemberg Electric.
Gerald Lemberg retires and sells the company to Ronald Maassen, Joseph Bubacy and Thomas Perra - the creation of ESOP.
William Chetney of Lemberg Electric Co, Inc. installs copper cables that will carry 480 volts of electricity to a distribution system in Harley-Davidson, Inc.'s product development center being built on W. Capitol Dr. in Wauwatosa. Testing stations well use the power to compile and record performance data.
So-Lite brought a 75-year history as a quality sign contractor in Milwaukee to Lemberg's already well-established sign division.
Environmental Systems, Inc.