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Securacom went public on September 11, 1997. At IPO, it listed among its clients the World Trade Center, Dulles Airport, United Airlines, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
KuwAm had significant ownership of Securacom, and the related company, Stratesec, from 1996 through 1999. Ownership was sometimes executed indirectly through holding companies such as "Special Situations Investment Holdings".
Marvin Bush served on the Stratesec board of directors from 1993 through 1999. His last term ended in June 2000.
In 1993, after the first attack on the World Trade Center, Burns and Roe Securacom obtained contracts among many other contractors for related security upgrades.
In 1993, as part of a new management team, including Wirt Walker, which was hired when Securacom separated from Burns and Roe, Marvin Bush joined Securacom's board of directors and he remained until 2000.
The World Trade Center and the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority were listed as two of the company's prominent clients in 1996 and 1997.
The security company, formerly named Securacom and now named Stratesec, is in Sterling, Va.. Its CEO, Barry McDaniel, said the company had a 'completion contract' to handle some of the security at the World Trade Center 'up to the day the buildings fell down.'
R. Michael Lagow, www.systemsgroup-us.com... was vice president of Securacom, and the related company, Stratesec, in 1993, and he lists clients on his resume such as World Trade Center, Amtrak, and TVA Nuclear Power facilities. He joined Securacom in August of 1993 and founded the Dallas, Texas offices of Securacom. After the company went public on September 11, 1997, Securacom was ordered through a court of law, to change its name to Stratesec, due to a name infringement suit. Lagow was promoted to Executive Vice President in 1999.