Security Vault Works, Inc. is a specialized General Contractor and equipment installation firm dedicated to serving the needs of the financial community. Our customers benefit from our national experience and international capabilities. Please feel free to use the navigation bar above to explore the details of our company.


ATM projects are our specialty.

Notable Events

Security Vault Works Pivotal to Cowboys Stadium Patrons

When football fans converge on Arlington, TX later this summer for the first Dallas Cowboys game at Cowboys Stadium, access to their money will only be a finger tip away thanks to the work and dedication of SVW installation crews. On April 20, 2009, Security Vault Works will proudly install the only 11 ATMs to grace the new venue for “America’s Team” providing fans the quick cash they need to enjoy the experience.

Security Vault Works Prevails Over Winter Elements

In a coordinated nationwide effort, Security Vault Works faced winter’s worst combination and emerged victorious to pave the way for a stellar 2009. Despite an aggressive schedule, SVW teams removed over 500 Bank of America ATMs from Wal-Mart facilities amidst punishing subzero temperatures, snow and ice. These are only a fraction of the 831 ATMs to be removed by the end of May.

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Closing Out 2008 Wachovia Style

As 2008 wound to a close, Wachovia, now a Wells Fargo Company, enlisted Security Vault Works’ experience and expertise to upgrade over 500 ATMs throughout the East Coast. This five month revamp saw several SVW offices mobilize and cooperate to accomplish the unified goal. No situation was too difficult as Security Vault Works replaced everything from through-the-wall machines to complete turnkey construction kiosks.

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Security Vault Works Assists Hurricane Ike Victims

Hurricane Ike victims needed help, and in September 2008, Security Vault Works was there to answer the call. In the hurricane’s aftermath, SVW crews rapidly deployed portable Wachovia ATMs to regions of Texas ravaged by the devastating storm; allowing people access to their funds during a time of crisis.

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