Hall Labs brings together a team of innovators — scientists and engineers — at a modern, state-of-the-art campus located in Provo, Utah, to tackle some of the world’s most challenging problems ranging from sustainability to personal transportation.

Like the Edison Labs before it, Hall Labs brings together all the resources needed to grow a new technology concept from start to finish. Every critical piece of the business development process is covered in the Hall Labs system, all on one campus.

The companies grown in Hall Labs have access to funding, research and development, machine learning, engineering, supply chains, patent support, and more. A vast team of unified engineers, chemists, strategists, accountants, attorneys, advisors, and other experts support the projects.


Common Innovation Campus

The Hall Labs companies operate from a unified 130 acre state-of-the-art common campus in a federal Opportunity Zone in Provo, Utah.

View the Hall Labs Campus Overview

View or download the Hall Labs Campus Overview. A 30-page booklet detailing the history of the area and all current facilities. (PDF, 6.8 MB)

Common Innovation Campus
  • Hall Labs operates on a common campus in Provo, UT.
  • 130 total acres, nearly all contiguous.
  • The campus is made of a network of several buildings.
  • An 82,000 square foot headquarters.
Hall Labs Campus Map 2023

The 130-acre Hall Labs campus, in Provo, Utah.

The new Hall Labs headquarters.

The 82,000 square foot headquarters includes office and work bay space.



The companies grown in Hall Labs have common access to all the shared resources, expert staff, and technologies needed to launch and grow a future-focused business.


  • Funding and research
  • Accounting and planning
  • Engineering
  • Patent and legal support
  • Supply chains
  • App and web development
  • Marketing and sales


  • Engineers and chemists 
  • Technology experts
  • Product designers
  • Accountants
  • Business strategists
  • Executive leadership
  • Marketing specialists


  • Machine learning
  • Artificial intelligence
  • App development
  • Power and energy
  • IoT and connectivity
  • Electric transportation
  • Cloud data