Our Story

Our History

My family has been in the Rebar Industry since the early 1980’s. My dad Samuel Amaya became the first Rodbuster in the Amaya family. As he found success in the Industry, he brought his brothers, cousins and nephews into the Rebar Industry.

I got in the Rebar Industry on August 9, 2005 in Reno, NV and decided to open up Amaya’s Rebar Post Tension, LLC in 2017 to continue our family legacy in Rebar! My mission is to take the Rebar Industry to the next level with our strong work ethic, on-time performance, and superior quality of work.
Samuel Amaya | 1983
04/03/1958 - 03/29/2018

Meet our Leadership team

Benjamin Amaya | Owner
I was 20 years old when I first got into the rebar industry in Reno, Nevada. Since then, I worked in Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington and Utah. I currently hold licenses in Utah, Washington, Idaho, and Colorado and I have passed the UT B-100 General Building Contractor, the UTAH Construction Business, and the Law Examination with PSI. I was part of the team that built the Light Rail Train Station at Arizona’s Sky Harbor Airport and I helped build Chase Arena in San Francisco with Alamillo Rebar Inc. Other projects include numerous parking structures with post tension cables, welded wire mesh, and stud rails; as well as bridges, tilt-ups, footings, foundations, slab on grade, walls and more. Amaya’s Rebar Post Tension began with Harper Precast tying noise wall posts and barriers. I would like to give thanks to God, and to Harper Precast and Harris Rebar for giving my company and me the opportunity to showcase our dedication to excellence.
Jose Reyes Amaya | Superintendent
Jose has been in the rebar industry for more than 30 years and has worked on numerous major commercial projects. Some of his work includes the Arizona Diamondbacks’ stadium, the University of Phoenix Cardinals’ stadium, the library in Seattle, WA, and the City Creek Mall here in Salt Lake City. Jose also worked on the Galena Bridge in Reno, NV, along with multiple bridges spanning the Mississippi River. In addition, he has laid rebar for numerous casinos in Las Vegas’ city center.