Amon Builders Celebrates 15 Years In Rim Country


Amon Builders, Inc. announced today that 2005 is their 16th year in business.

"We started in 1990 with a commercial contractor's license, and then a residential license, and then in 1992, we incorporated into Amon Builders, Inc.," said Michael Amon, president and owner, along with his wife, Trina Amon. "I am happy to say that we have also made many friends and feel we've become a part of the Payson community since then."

Michael Amon is presently retiring his term as president of the Gila Foundation for Higher Education and recently retired his position as treasurer of the Arizona High School Rodeo Association.

The Amons continue to be involved in many areas of the community as members of various organizations.

Business continues to be steady, in spite of hard times. They are presently working on the National Bank of Arizona on Beeline Highway, Payson Church of Christ, and McDonald's in Holbrook and Pinetop, as well as a few smaller projects.

Projects in the works are the Good Samaritan Society Senior Housing, Whispering Hope Ranch and Camp Colley for the City of Phoenix.

Recently completed projects in the Payson area include RTA Hospice, Payson Vehicle Maintenance Building, Town of Payson Storage Building, The Door Stop, High Desert Dentistry and Northern Energy.

Amon Builders, Inc. has expanded their business to include the Show Low, Pinetop, Lakeside, Snowflake areas. They plan to have an office stabilized there in the future.

Recent projects completed there are the Snowflake High School, Show Low Airport, Pinetop RTA Hospice and Show Low Jr. High.

Amon Builders, Inc. also completed the construction of Eagle Springs Professional Plaza, an office building in which they currently reside, along with Payson Physical Therapy and Allergy, Ear, Nose and Throat of Payson. There is currently space available for lease. They also plan to start on construction of another office building in the near future at the same location.

"All in all, we have been blessed to be a part of this growing and changing community," Amon said. "We appreciate all the people who have helped to make this 15 years possible. We hope to make the next 15 years even better, as we learn and grow with every building we complete."

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