Geneva Rock has been the center of construction and infrastructure development throughout Northern and Central Utah for 65 years. The company is proud of the foundation it has built for Utah’s economy, including high-impact projects like Bangerter Highway, Salt Lake International Airport, I-80, the 215 belt route, and more. Geneva Rock has also built the actual foundations for well-known projects like City Creek Center in downtown Salt Lake and Rio Tinto Stadium for Real Salt Lake.  

Drive north or south on I-15 and you’ll see dozens of Geneva Rock legacy projects and dozens of Geneva Rock trucks transporting aggregates, asphalt and concrete to current projects.  

Aggregates are the materials used to build the infrastructure of the modern world. With the Wasatch Front’s population projected to nearly double by 2050, construction projects and the materials needed to build new infrastructure will become increasingly important. Geneva Rock’s aggregate locations are the heart and source for the materials needed for building.  

All need to work together to continue the establishment of the affordable, new construction of buildings, roads and homes to accommodate Utah’s unprecedented economic and population growth. Geneva Rock is providing these materials so that Utah can grow better – affordably and sustainably.  

Geneva needs support to protect the state’s shared resources and keep them close to the incredible projects being built every day.  

Geneva Rock is proud of the legacy that it has created over the last 65 years, seeing the benefits brought by the fruits of its labor. With hundreds of projects completed, Geneva Rock is grateful for the opportunity it has had to make an impact, and the company is excited to build the future.  

As Utah grows, so has Geneva Rock. The company plans to continue growing alongside Utah, providing the infrastructure to meet Utah’s coming growth with optimism, determination and a can-do, problem-solving spirit.  

Geneva Rock has been a key to establishing Utah’s past, plays a key role in building the present and looks forward to the future.