Beyond the Learning Curve

Jokake’s commitment to quality has helped public and private organizations throughout Arizona improve their facilities and transform them into exceptional environments for education. Whether performing new construction or renovating older buildings, our goal is to make the construction process as smooth as possible while providing exceptional quality within a responsible budget.

Q Building

Paradise Valley Community College

One abandoned library in a 25-year-old building, plus one occupied charter high school, plus a dream to remake this facility as a sustainable learning center for PVCC, equals a perfect example of Jokake’s renovation expertise during class-time.

Phoenix, Arizona

The Safari, a Green Schoolhouse Project

Washington Elementary School District

The Safari is a Green Schoolhouse Project that began in 2012 as the World’s First LEED Platinum-Designed school built by volunteers. In 2014, Washington Elementary School hired Jokake to finish the interior and site work and coordinate systems commissioning. After an aggressive schedule of three months the schoolhouse’s library, kitchen, multi-purpose room and gym were presented to Roadrunner Elementary students and staff, as well as the community businesses and partners that donated time and materials.

Glendale, Arizona

Supai Middle School Fine Arts Buildings

Scottsdale Unified School District

The 17,000 SF Fine Arts Buildings were constructed in the middle of Supai’s existing fully operational middle school. Jokake worked with campus staff to create a site access and staging plan that would avoid any potential safety concerns with the students, and would avoid campus disruption. In addition to the new orchestra, band and art classrooms, Jokake renovated three additional campus buildings (including the Administrative office and the science labs).

Scottsdale, Arizona