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Aristocrat Breaks Ground on New U.S. Headquarters

Aristocrat Breaks Ground on New U.S. Headquarters

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval joined other state and local officials and Aristocrat Americas Managing Director Matt Wilson to break ground on the supplier’s new two-building, 180,000-square-foot headquarters in the Las Vegas suburb of Summerlin.

Sandoval was joined by Clark County Commissioner Susan Brager and Kevin T. Orrock, president of Howard Hughes Corp., Summerlin, and dozens of Aristocrat employees in the groundbreaking ceremony.

Aristocrat’s new campus will consist of two three-story structures, and will house more than 600 employees. The campus will be a hub for the company’s Class III Americas team, helping to support customers across North America, Latin America and the Caribbean.

The campus will consolidate the functions of several Las Vegas facilities in one location. “We’re going to bring all of our employees in here to collaborate in an amazing space,” said Wilson. “The building itself is world-class. Today’s groundbreaking represents more than just a physical move for Aristocrat; it represents a mind shift.”

The project architect is Ed Vance & Associates Architects, the interior architect is HOK, and the general contractor is Martin-Harris Construction. The campus is projected for completion in late 2018.

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