UNLV Gaming Podcast: Paul Steelman interview

I’m very excited to share the first part of a two-part interview with acclaimed casino architect Paul Steelman:

35-November 29, 2011
Paul Steelman
In this November 8 interview, Sarno Award-winning casino architect Paul Steelman reflects on his career in the field and shares his thoughts on Atlantic City, Las Vegas, and several other casino jurisidictions. Part I of II.

Listen to the audio file (mp3)

Steelman Partners

This is part of a series of interviews that I’d like to conduct featuring all of the Sarno Award (for lifetime achievement in casino design) winners. I’m going to be rolling out a Sarno Awards online exhibit soon, and these interviews will give the exhibit some unique resources.

I had a great talk with Paul, who also has a blog (which I wish he’d update more often-hint, hint). It’s not that common that I get to meet an Atlantic City native who’s achieved at the top levels of his or her profession, and Paul definitely fits the bill, so from that perspective it was an inspirational talk for me.

Paul was so forth-coming that we ran out of time before we could discuss everything I wanted to get to, so there will be a Part II posted soon.

3 Responses to 'UNLV Gaming Podcast: Paul Steelman interview'

  1. LB says:

    I know the article mentions a Part II… but it seems the mp3 file cuts short barely a few minute in…

  2. Dave says:

    Are you listening in iTunes or to the mp3 via the UNLV site?

  3. I listened for a couple of minutes and then the audio cut out after that. The same thing happened when I attempted to listen to the George Maloof interview.

    Thanks for including a link to Mr. Steelman’s blog. He is a very smart and interesting person. Hopefully he will get another opportunity to build a hotel-casino in Las Vegas.