Malisko Engineering, Inc - Wisconsin Integrators
316 N. Barstow, Suite A Eau Claire WI 54703 United States
Phone 1715-514-0853
  Main Organization  
  • 500 N Broadway, Ste 1600, St. Louis, MO
    United States, 63102
    Phone1 (314) 621-2921 x 22
    Fax314-621-4774
  Main Organization  
  • 500 N Broadway, Ste 1600, St. Louis, MO
    United States, 63102
    Phone1 (314) 621-2921 x 22
    Fax314-621-4774
Latest Updates
  • Malisko Engineering, Inc. shared an update
    PostedMonday, November 5,2018 at 4:53 PM
    Proud of our work, and the students' work, that went in to the Colorado State University Brewery. Check out this video highlighting the collaboration between industry and education to bring this state of the art brewery to campus.
    
    https://bit.ly/2JIQEVG
    
    Fermentation Science & Technology Brewery Opens in Ramskeller on Vimeo
    The facility features a brewhouse donated by Molson Coors. The contribution was shepherded by CSU alumna Jeannie Miller, who retired as the company’s vice…
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  • Malisko Engineering, Inc. shared an update
    PostedThursday, July 27,2017 at 4:39 PM
    After many months of hard work, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new website. Our website has received a complete overhaul and is now easier to navigate and has more relevant content than ever.
    
    https://malisko.com/
    
    Malisko Engineering - Your Allies in Intelligent Automation Since 1994
    Malisko is an industrial and manufacturing systems integrator with experience in automation, network, security and computer system validation.
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  • Malisko Engineering, Inc. shared an update
    PostedTuesday, November 1,2016 at 11:10 AM
    Steve Malyszko of Malisko Engineering, Inc. shows how today's plant automation requires a new breed of control engineer — one with knowledge of new technologies adopted from other industries. http://www.automationworld.com/ot-engineer-new-frontier
    
    The OT Engineer: A New Frontier | Automation World
    Plant automation these days requires a new breed of control engineer—one with knowledge of new technologies adopted from other industries.
    www.automationworld.com
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