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Utilitarian Elegance

August 1, 2019

Luxury building for the World’s Finest Cotton Garnering inspiration from SUPIMA’s commitment to quality and luxury, the building’s architecture blends utilitarianism and elegance. Completed in early 2019, the colors and textures of the masonry screen walls and interior draperies exude elegance; whereas, the exposed structural elements and the masonry screen walls highlight some of the…
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Suicide Prevention During Construction Safety Week

May 10, 2019

In recognition of Construction Safety Week, Michelle Walker, CCIFP, SPHR, chairwoman of the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention, gave our team some incredible insight into the importance of taking notice of our peers’ mental wellness on and off the jobsite. Per the Alliance’s website, “construction is the number one industry for number of suicides…
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$3,325 Raised for Broker for Kids

April 8, 2019

For the first time in years, Jokake formed a team for Scottsdale 20/30’s annual Brokers for Kids. The team battled hard, winning three of the four competitions, but ultimately walked away without the coveted trophy. A little late to the fundraising competition, the team rallied and raised $3,325 for the event and beneficiary Boys Hope…
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JDA Customer Experience Center Wins TI of the Year

March 29, 2019

On Thursday, March 28, 2019, brokers, architects, contractors, and developers gathered for NAIOP Arizona’s annual Best of NAIOP to recognize the best in local commercial real estate. JDA Software’s Customer Experience Center was honored with the Tenant Improvement Project of the Year award. Project architect was Corgan, and Jokake project team included Senior Project Manager…
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Make-a-Wish Wins Capital Project

March 7, 2019

On March 6, 2019, Arizona’ top brokers, architects, contractors, and developers gathered at the Real Estate and Development Awards hosted by AZ Big Media. The tenant improvement for Make-a-Wish Foundation of America was honored with the Capital Project of the Year award. The architect for the project was WORKSBUREAU, and the Jokake project team included…
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