LAS VEGAS -- BMM Testlabs, the international gaming product testing laboratory company, celebrated its new relocated Las Vegas headquarters with a ribbon-cutting Thursday and plans to hire about 100 workers in the next two years.
BMM's space is 22,000 square feet at 815 Pilot Road, Suite G. The company plans further expansion in an adjacent building. About 65 employes moved into the new headquarters in the fourth quarter of 2012 and the company said it was time to celebrate the new home Thursday.
"We need more room. Business is fantastic," said Mike Dreitzer, BMM chief operating officer in the Americas. "We want to grow the pie in Southern Nevada."
BMM employs more than 200 workers in 12 countries, runs 11 gaming labs and serves more than 400 jurisdictions.
"This is a fantastic milestone in the history of BMM," Dreitzer said. "We are delighted and proud to have this state-of-the-art facility in Las Vegas and be part of this dynamic community in the epicenter of gaming. As we continue to grow and strengthen our roots in both Southern Nevada and broader gaming communities, we do so mindful that we represent a critical concept - an effective, market-driven choice in testing and certification services in the gaming industry."
Besides serving as the home for a large test lab, the new headquarters will include space for BMM North America's leadership and for BMM International staff and global visitors.
BMM will also have paid internships with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and eventually offer scholarships, Dreitzer said.
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