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About Us
We are a family owned and operated corporation licensed by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulations, Lic# 122-001132. Our Corporate office is located in Hillside Illinois, which allows us easy access to our clients throughout Chicago and surrounding suburbs.
800 W Central Road #109, Mt Prospect IL 60056
Phone: 708 236 5749
Experienced - Professional
Committed to Service
Design by M&KD All rights reserved 2009
"We actively listen to our customers and formulate an effective program that will not only meet thier needs but surpass their service expectations"
EGIS� Founder and President began his second career as a security officer with a large national security company. Quickly moving to positions as Divisional Manager and Director of Operations exposed him to various security elements. Later working In-house as a corporate security manager for a national financial institution enabled him to work closely on investigations with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. His formal training and education including a B.B.A. and M.A. in Business & Security Administration among numerous Industry Certifications excelled his professional growth for two decades in the security profession.

Our Co-founder�s experience as an entrepreneur for nearly fifteen years as well as management within the retail industry brings a solid foundation of customer-focused service and spirit of growth to EGIS Security. Our additional professional experience includes working within the hospitality, property management and healthcare enviroments. These inherited experiences allows us as a company to be adative to a variety of clients and support their security demands.
Some factors we feel that sets us apart from our competitors:
-We provide security - Not just Uniformed labor
-We are a price conscious company.
-No multi layer management - Clients deal directly with the company owners
-Reliable & proactive service