BMM International moving to new headquarters in Las Vegas
May 25, 2012 - 1:10 am
Gambling equipment testing laboratory BMM International is relocating its corporate headquarters within Las Vegas to a facility closer to the major slot machine manufacturers.
The company, which is vying for a piece of the Nevada testing market, currently has an office and testing lab in southern Las Vegas.
The facility on Pilot Road will almost quadruple BMM’s existing facility in size and could house more than 100 new engineering staff in the next 18 to 24 months.
The new headquarters will include a large test lab, office space for BMM North America’s leadership and staff and office space for BMM International staff and global visitors.
“Relocating BMM’s headquarters represents a significant step forward for BMM and follows fast on BMM’s accelerated growth in Nevada and across the U.S.,” CEO Martin Storm said in a statement. “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.”
BMM employs more than 200 people in 12 countries and operates 11 gaming labs, working in more than 400 gaming jurisdictions.
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