Your office. Your clubhouse. Your command center.

Jokake Construction knows that your office is more than desks, laptops and conference rooms. It’s your clubhouse. Your command center. It’s the place where ideas are born. Imagine your new office’s open work space, collaboration rooms, community and social areas, and training facilities - all supported by the infrastructure and technology you need for your business to work.


Hayden Ferry Lakeside

PHX11 8th floor at Hayden Ferry was a complete demolition and remodel for confidential corporate client, successfully completed December 2020. The 27,956 SF space was updated to new corporate branding standards. Project features include specialty metal and baffle ceilings, acrylic glow panels, high-profile concrete wall panels, and a complete branding graphics package. The second Jokake PHX11 project at Hayden Ferry was a refresh for floors 3, 6, and 7; adding two mother’s rooms, miscellaneous paint and flooring upgrades, re-classification of selected conference rooms, new kitchenette seating layout featuring banquette booths, and the addition of two large logo walls at elevator lobbies on the 3rd and 7th floors.

Tempe, Arizona


Corporate Office

SUPIMA Cotton, the World's Finest Cotton, boasts a stunning design-build office building in Tempe. Garnering inspiration from Supima’s commitment to quality and luxury, the building’s architecture blends utilitarianism and elegance. 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 more functional aspects of design. Despite Supima’s notoriety as an international organization, the company’s history is rooted in Arizona and proudly represents one of the state’s “5 C’s.” The Owner was intentional in assembling a collaborative design and construction team that could ensure the finished product of their office complex would reflect some of its rich, local origins.

Tempe, AZ

Power Home Remodeling

Power Home Remodeling Group's 35,000 SF office in Tempe not only promotes the company's operational purpose, but features design and branding details to inspire the local team. Immediately off the lobby entrance, guests are welcomed into the expansive community break room featuring booths and outlets for easy computer hoteling. Arizona's local aesthetic inspired design throughout the office space with a unique City of Tempe map on the ceiling grid with intricate metal and lighting detail to highlight.

Tempe, Arizona

Ballard Spahr

Law Firm, CityScape Downtown Phoenix

Ballard Spahr condensed their current office space from two floors to one floor requiring a complete renovation of approximately 25,000 SF on the 23rd floor at CityScape in Downtown Phoenix. The job included buildout of multi-purpose rooms with heavy A/V coordination, featuring lighting / window shade controls, as well as a cutting-edge video conferencing system, executive and common offices, open office spaces, records rooms, tech hubs, and a reception area with Class-A finishes. Project scope also required structural infill between floor 23 and an occupied suite on floor 22 – existing stairs connecting the floors had to be removed and the opening filled in with steel I-beams and a concrete pour back.

Phoenix, Arizona

Frazer Ryan Goldberg & Arnold LLP

Law Firm

The second generation tenant improvement featured an updated look for repeat law firm client Frazer Ryan Goldberg & Arnold. The project spanned over 20,000 SF and featured clean lines, an abundance of light, and a welcoming ambiance, a departure from the more traditional law firm design. Project scope included sophisticated audio visual interface, a substantial upgrade from their previous space built by Jokake, unique custom coffered soffits and ceiling system in the board room and main lobby, and custom storefront window systems. The light wood accents are found throughout FRGA’s office, lobby, and common area, and significantly accented in the open office secretary corrals.

Phoenix, Arizona