The Caesars Entertainment Corporate Headquarters project consists of the remodel of 150,000 square feet of space within the Caesars Palace resort complex for corporate offices housing a wide variety of departments and functions. Caesars Entertainment set a goal for this project of bringing all their corporate departments together in a single, collaborative environment, including some who had been previously scattered throughout the city. An initial round of in-depth programming study revealed that the number of employees desired would not fit in the available space in a traditional office model. Further programming exploration was done to assess which departments would be able to adopt a hybrid work model, hot desking, and other up-to-date technological solutions to meet the objective of bringing departments together within the constraints of the existing footprint. Each department’s workspace was customized based on their needs and ability to adopt the hybrid work model, resulting in a reduction in size for many, which allowed all key departments to be included. To enhance the experience of the work environment, and provide some additional flexibility in terms of capacity, over two dozen collaborative work areas are situated throughout the space.
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Caesars Entertainment Corporate Headquarters
Corporate Interior Built
Lee Norsworthy, Brian Henley, Rayito Carrillo, Kris Piyaachariya, Kelsie Timmons
Las Vegas, NV
The majority of the office is situated in a dynamic, free-flowing series of spaces, planned to make efficient use of the irregular existing footprint while carving out ample room for exciting, open, collaborative work environments. Memorabilia from outstanding moments in company history are showcased in boutique-style displays along a gallery corridor that connects the two major office areas to the central lobby entrance. Meeting and collaborative spaces are strategically distributed throughout the space for proximity to circulation paths, creating a workplace that encourages colleagues to collaborate. Amenities such as coffee bars, meeting rooms with simulated daylight ceilings, and planter-topped spatial dividers infuse the space with hints of comfort and nature that both soften and enliven the space for a more enjoyable working experience.
Although the new build for this space was a thorough remodel, reflective of Caesars’ need to reimagine a previously closed-off, monotonous and difficult-to-navigate office environment, the design team did adaptively re-use components where possible, minimizing changes to the surrounding floor, roof, and existing walls, and re-using relevant systems components such as electrical switchgear and certain plumbing connections. Other equipment was significantly upgraded to modernize the facility to current standards in regards to energy efficiency, water efficiency, and material selections.