Midwest Engineered Systems expands to new facility

Extra space needed to accommodate large projects

The Midwest Engineered Systems facility in the City of Pewaukee.

Midwest Engineered Systems Inc. is expanding its manufacturing and engineering office space by leasing a 60,000-square-foot facility next to its City of Pewaukee headquarters.

The extra space is needed to accommodate increased demand, particularly for larger projects.

“We have invested in additional space in order to fulfill larger project builds.” said Scott Woida, Midwest Engineered Systems president. “This investment will allow MWES to not only carry out these larger projects, but also maintain enough free space for incoming projects in our sales pipeline.”

The company provides custom automation machines and systems. It currently has 160 employees working from four facilities. Its corporate headquarters is a 100,000-square-foot facility at W238-N1800 Rockwoord Drive. It also has an engineering office in Beloit and a 55,000-square-foot welding and service facility in Loveland, Colorado.

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