Facility Tours

Thursday, April 6, 2017, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Check in at 1:30 pm

Take full advantage of your time in Las Vegas–add one of the following behind-the-scenes tours to your Facility Fusion registration. Each tour is US$20 per person.Tours include front- and back-of-house areas and are guided by facility staff who will provide insight into project initiatives, sustainable/energy-efficient features, building upgrades, strategic space planning, innovative technologies and daily operations.

Day-of Tour Information: All tour registrants will need to check-in with registration prior to the tour to receive their badge and tour ticket. Tours will begin lining up 30 minutes prior to departure near registration. All tours will use shuttle transportation to the tour location and back to Caesar’s Palace.

University of Nevada – Las Vegas

Maximum Participants: 50

At 302,000 square feet, Lied Library is the largest building on campus. With more than 2,500 study spaces, 450 computer workstations, 29 group study spaces, an automated storage and retrieval system capable of storing 600,000 volumes, four technology-enhanced instruction rooms and gallery spaces, the library was designed by architect Leo A. Daly in association with Welles Pugsley Architects.

The Science and Engineering Building (SEB) is a state-of-the-art facility that creates a world-class environment for interdisciplinary research and education. The building supports innovative research approaches that are conceived and developed through collaboration among faculty in the sciences, engineering, health sciences and other units on campus. With its flexible laboratory space and integrated research areas, the building offers faculty and students expanded opportunities to participate in highly sophisticated research using some of the most technologically advanced equipment available.

Cashman Equipment Co.

Maximum Participants: 30

Headquartered in Henderson, Nevada, Cashman Equipment is the largest LEED Gold-certified industrial complex in the state. A Caterpillar dealership, the 53-acre site features seven buildings (administration, parts and service, rental, power, central plant, security and equipment wash), and was constructed in just 18 months with sustainable materials such as concrete tilt-up panels containing 15% fly ash, terrazzo tile containing 50% recycled glass, and more than 3,500 high-performance glass panels. See how Cashman’s corporate headquarters has maximized their sustainability and minimized their footprint on the surrounding environment.

Las Vegas PBS Station

Maximum Participants: 20

Most people know Vegas PBS for the non-profit educational, informational and cultural television programs we air on Channel 10, or our secondary channels, which include Create, Rewind and Jackpot. Established in 1968, Vegas PBS’ vision as a public service media organization is to be a leading information technology resource, online education provider, and preferred community advocacy partner on Southern Nevada issues. Vegas PBS also provides free tours of our Educational Technology Campus. We are happy to welcome you to see our television studios as well as get a glimpse of the invaluable resources that we provide to our community. Visitors will enjoy tours of the television studio, Master Control, Educational Media Services, Workforce Department, or our Described and Captioned Media Services.