Biometric Security Systems Provider More Than Doubles South Florida Footprint

Jan 04, 2018 No Comments by

SekureID, a leading provider of next-generation biometric security hardware, software and solutions, expanded by 6,615 square feet to occupy 22,220 square feet of space at the Miramar Park of Commerce.

SekureID originally leased 9,500 square feet at the Park in 2015, when the company moved its headquarters to Miramar from Hialeah. In Miramar, the company now also operates a complete biometric security software and hardware development and distribution facility.


“SekureID has been fortunate in that our company growth has been organic,” said SekureID Director of Brand Communications Victor Chauvet. “As we developed more solutions and refined our technologies to better fit the needs of our customers in access control markets around the country, increased demand dictated the need for more employees and continued expansion.”

SekureID employs 65 individuals at the Park and intends to hire additional staff with its continued growth.


“We aim to promote and employ professionals within the community, which has brought us so much success,” Chauvet said.

SekureID’s space at the Miramar Park of Commerce houses offices for sales, marketing, account management and technical support as well as industrial suites for warehousing, engineering, logistics and distribution.


“Location definitely played a major role in SekureID’s decision to lease at the Park,” said Vice President Maridee Bell of Sunbeam Properties, developer of the Miramar Park of Commerce. “SekureID needed a centralized and versatile space to accommodate both the commercial and manufacturing aspects of its business. With this third expansion, the company has benefitted from our ability to adjust to changing space requirements as well as from the Park’s accessibility to major roadways.”

With the objective of making biometric technology more accessible to everyday Americans, SekureID is in the process of expanding its network to include nationwide dealers and retailers of security systems.


“With lofty goals set and the right people in place, we hope to double or even triple in size by 2020. We want to become a beacon of success in South Florida’s regional business community,” Chauvet said.

In the transaction, the Park was represented by Bell and Lauren Pace of Sunbeam Properties & Development.





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