Bleutech Park Las Vegas on Thursday said it has formed a partnership with Siemens Advanta as the $7.5-billion manufacturing and innovation hub project prepares to break ground later this year.
Siemens Advanta, a business unit Siemens AG created in 2019, is an Internet of Things (IoT) consultancy and solution delivery arm for its parent company.
Bleutech Park is a mixed-use development that will be built over the next six years at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. Officials describe it as a “smart city” that will include “ultra-luxury residential towers, futuristic hotels, technologically advanced office spaces, and a full entertainment tower that will feature a casino.”
The Park will be constructed of net-zero carbon footprint buildings, creating an “insular mini-city” that taps renewable energy sources, photovoltaic super trees and other innovations, Janet Garcia, CEO and founder of Bleutech Park, said in a statement.
Garcia said Siemens Advanta will work with Bleutech Park Properties and its partners to create the master plan of the campus’ interconnected infrastructure.
“We have enlisted Siemens Advanta’s expertise due to the company’s deep domain knowledge and track record of successful smart building and operational technology projects,” Garcia explained.
Peter Torrellas, digital cities and infrastructure VP and partner for Siemens Advanta added: “We are honored and excited to be involved in this monumental project from its inception as the sole OT/IT consultancy and solution delivery partner. Concepting from this early stage will allow Bleutech Park Las Vegas to be a true digital revolution, building the future of smart and connected infrastructure from the ground up.”