Aristocrat opens new Nevada campus
Aristocrat Technologies was joined by a delegation of local, state and international dignitaries in December to cut the ribbon at the company’s new two-building campus in the Las Vegas neighborhood Summerlin.
Participating in the ceremony were Aristocrat Leisure Limited Chairman Ian Blackburne, Aristocrat Leisure Limited CEO Trevor Croker, Managing Director of the Americas Matt Wilson and Kevin T. Orrock, president, Summerlin, The Howard Hughes Corporation.
The ceremony was attended by hundreds of Aristocrat employees, who hosted a warm clothing drive benefitting the Las Vegas Rescue Mission as part of the celebration. Additionally, Croker dedicated the campus’ outdoor park to Blackburne, who will soon be retiring from the Aristocrat board, naming it Blackburne Park.
The new campus, located at 10200 Aristocrat Way, consists of two three-story, tilt-up concrete structures of approximately 90,000 square feet each, delivering a total floor space of approximately 180,000 square feet. The size of the campus allows the company to bring most of its 1,100 Las Vegas-based employees together at one site, while also allowing space for additional hiring.
The building shell and interiors reportedly use environmentally friendly materials. An open floor plan allows for enhanced collaboration, and a state-of-the-art showroom features more than 100 of the company’s newest slot games. The campus features many employee-friendly amenities such as sit-stand desks, ergonomically designed chairs, gym, meditation room, café, onsite barista, pantries on each floor, game room, bike path and large outdoor patio/park.