In 1961, Luther Graef, Len Anhalt and Bob Schloemer founded Graef, Anhalt, Schloemer and Associates. The engineering and design company, now known as GRAEF, recently celebrated 50 years of contributing to Milwaukee projects. (Photos courtesy of Mueller Communications Inc.)
GRAEF Principals Len Anhalt (from left), co-founder; Rich Bub, current president/CEO; John Kissinger, future president/CEO; and Lou Graef, co-founder, celebrate the firm’s 50th anniversary with past and current GRAEF employees at Miller Park on June 4. GRAEF is an employee-owned consulting engineering firm based in Milwaukee, and has worked on notable developments, including the Milwaukee Art Museum, Harley Davidson Museum, Frontier Airlines Center, the Intermodal Station, General Mitchell International Airport and Grand Avenue Mall.