AROK, Inc.

Phoenix, AZ 85053

Company Info

  • Est. 1972
  • Annual Vol Undisclosed

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Our Story

The same year AROK opened for business, it was awarded with its first major Arizona contract, the Metrocenter Mall. The mall was a difficult project that allowed AROK to disprove beleifs that it was impossible for a small newcomer to achieve success on a development of such magnitude.  “With the help of a lot of good people doing a lot of hard work, it was successfully completed in record time,” said Scott Maki, one of three current owners of AROK.  When the mall opened in Oct. 1973, it was the first two-level, five-anchor mall in the US, and was the largest shopping center in Arizona.

The accolades that AROK received for their work on the Metrocenter Mall, at the time, earned the company a reputation for seamless coordination, quality service, high performance and strong relationships, which still ring true today and are the foundation of AROK’s success.

AROK prides itself on the fact that a large majority of their business is comprised of repeat clients. “We accomplish nothing, no matter how well a job goes, if our customer does not want us back for their next project,” says Maki. “Our experience has taught us to work hard, have courageous integrity, to help others and to never forget to enjoy the ride.”


Since its inception, AROK has completed approximately 2,500 jobs on time and within budget. AROK’s project proficiency and history is unmatched, with major differentiators including the tools, technology and materials that are utilized on a daily basis, and the thousands of experienced AROK craftsmen throughout the states and regions served that are able to quickly staff projects large and small, in remote and urban locations. Every sized job is completed with the same professional principles in mind.

AROK employees serve as ambassadors that consistently listen to client needs and deliver upon commitments that surpass customer expectations. To meet client timelines, AROK assembles a project team which then commences proactive project planning, manages milestone tracking and employe effective critical thinking at all times. In addition, AROK strives to set realistic and competitively priced budgets, and closely monitors costs accurately as the project progresses.

With project deadlines being a priority, AROK maints a large inventory or materials for projects that require an immediate start. AROK also has exclusive, direct buying power within the industry, which allows for generous client savings.

What We Do

Commercial Experience

Apartments & Condominiums Court House Government Hospital / Nursing Home Hotel / Motel Industrial Maintenance Office Building Restaurant School / College / University Theater
Arena / Stadium Assisted Living Auto Dealership / Service Bank Church / Synagogue Civil & Site Development Club House / Community Center Fitness Center Grocery Stores Medical Office Misc Project Mixed Use Non-Building Construction Non-Residential Building Residential Building Retail Store

Regions & Counties Serviced

  • Arizona

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New Mexico All

Oregon All

Texas All

Utah All

Washington All

Our CSI Codes

05 01 40 - Maintenance of Cold-Formed Metal Framing
05 06 40 - Schedules for Cold-Formed Metal Framing
05 10 00.00.01 - Structural Metal Framing
05 12 13 - Architecturally-Exposed Structural Steel Framing
05 13 00.00.01 - Structural Stainless-Steel Framing
05 14 13 - Architecturally-Exposed Structural Aluminum Framing
05 40 00.00.01 - Cold-Formed Metal Framing
05 41 00.00.01 - Structural Metal Stud Framing
05 43 00.00.01 - Slotted Channel Framing
05 45 13 - Mechanical Metal Supports
05 45 23 - Healthcare Metal Supports
09 01 20 - Maintenance of Plaster and Gypsum Board
09 06 20 - Schedules for Plaster and Gypsum Board
09 22 16 - Non-Structural Metal Framing
09 22 16.13 - Non-Structural Metal Stud Framing

Project Experience

  • Non-Union
  • Public
  • Private
  • New Projects
  • Alterations/Renovations
  • Interior Fit-Ups
  • Service Work/Repairs


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Intel Fab 42 Project
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Maricopa County Courthouse
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Portland on the Park
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Associations & Memberships

ASA (American Subcontractors Assn.)
ASA (American Subcontractors Assn.)
CFMA (Construction Financial Management Assn.)
CFMA (Construction Financial Management Assn.)
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