Modular Buildings Utah

Modular Buildings Utah

Whether you need more office space, a classroom, a medical clinic, a soccer stadium, or multi-story modular government buildings in Utah, Modular Genius offers the solutions you need.

Modular Genius, headquartered in Joppa, Maryland, is a turnkey modular building contractor. We specialize in high-quality design-to-occupancy modular buildings and have the knowledge and skills to meet your small- and large-scale space requirements, deadlines and budget challenges.

We manufacture modular buildings in a factory using the same materials as site-built buildings and abiding by the same building codes, but they can be deployed 40% to 50% faster than conventionally built structures and are typically 20% to 40% less expensive. Aesthetically, they can be designed to match the architecture of your surroundings.

Our wide range of services include architectural renderings, building foundations and site preparation, doors, windows and hardware, masonry, interior and exterior finishing, paving and landscaping, ramps and steps, and other elements such as temperature and sound control and handicapped accessibility.

Utah History, Culture & Economy

When the Europeans first arrived in what is now Utah in the 1700s, there were various Native American tribes including the Ute tribe, from which Utah gets its name. Other tribes included the Paiute, the Goshute, the Shoshone, and the Navajo.

In 1844, a religious group called the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (commonly called Mormons) moved to Utah to escape persecution in Illinois. By 1850, more than 11,000 Mormons lived in the area around what is now Salt Lake City. Utah was eventually admitted as the 45th U.S. state in 1896.

Today, the Beehive State’s economy is dominated by petroleum production, tourism, mining, agriculture, manufacturing, information technology, and finance. There are about 50 public school districts and many colleges and universities in Utah, including the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah State University, Southern Utah University, and Brigham Young University.

Utah is home to five spectacular national parks – Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion – as well as several military installations, including Hill Air Force Base and Kearns Army Air Base.

Modular Applications


Modular healthcare construction is the quickest way to expand with minimal disruption of your patients and building site. From digital imaging facilities, to medical office space, to testing labs, to patient rooms, nothing is too large or difficult.

Government & Military

Modular Genius supplies modular government buildings to meet the needs of national park visitor centers and ranger stations, community police and sheriff departments, drug enforcement agencies, the Bureau of ATF command centers, and more. We have also completed modular projects for every branch of the U.S. military. We hold a US General Services Administration (GSA) contract, GS-07F-0124W.

Living Quarters

Modular buildings are ideal for use as man camps, dormitories, bunk houses, retreat centers, campground staff housing, and anywhere you need flexible, functional living spaces that offer the comforts of home.  Public and private contractors deploy them as temporary living quarters on construction, drilling, and mining sites, often in remote locations.


If you are a public or private educator or corporate trainer who needs fast, flexible teaching space, consider modular classrooms or training facilities. Modular Genius has an outstanding record in constructing modular classrooms, learning cottages, dormitories, daycare facilities, gymnasiums, cafeterias, and complete prefabricated school campuses.

With facilities from coast to coast, Modular Genius manufactures modular buildings close to your Utah location. For more information about what we can accomplish, get in touch with us at 888-420-1113 to discuss your specific project.