BMM International (BMM) announced today that BMM will relocate its world headquarters to 815 Pilot Road, Las Vegas, NV, in the gaming corridor, as of September 2012.
The new headquarters will include a large testlab, office space for BMM North America’s leadership and staff, as well as office space for BMM International staff and global visitors. This new facility almost quadruples BMM’s existing facility in size and is set to house 100+ new engineering staff in the next 18-24 months. With a unique training facility for workshops, educational sessions and visiting customers, the space will also be the base for BMM’s ongoing regulatory training program.
“This announcement is a landmark day for the critically important idea that true competition, as it exists in all other segments of gaming, has come to the vital area of professional services for testing and certification of regulated products,” said Martin Storm, BMM’s Global President and Chief Executive Officer. “BMM delivers a top-notch alternative in testing for both the land-based and i-gaming markets in North America,”
Storm added, “Relocating BMM’s headquarters represents a significant step forward for BMM and follows fast on BMM’s accelerated growth in Nevada and across the USA. The new headquarters represents BMM’s culture and commitment to the gaming industry, while providing a communal place for BMM and its stakeholders to progress the standard and quality of technical compliance in the gaming industry.”
“We are very excited about how this new facility will strengthen our ability to continue to provide world-class service to manufacturers and regulators alike”, Mike Dreitzer, BMM Chief Operating Officer – Americas, said. “For some time now, BMM has been expanding rapidly to serve our customers’ and key stakeholders’ needs in North America. A new, larger, state-of-the-art testing facility is the natural next step in this process. The new building will more than meet our requirements going forward, allowing us to sustain both the highest testing standards as well as significant business momentum, as gaming manufacturers of all sizes continue to bring more and more of their business to BMM.”