Many factors come into play when planning Childcare Design and Development. Whether you’re building a new Childcare Facility or renovating an existing one, there are several decisions to make before the first nail is even hammered in place. Below we will discuss three main points that need to be taken into consideration:
1) Location – Where will your Childcare be located? There may be zoning restrictions on where childcare facilities can exist. It’s important to consider this before starting the design and development of your facility.
2) Size – How big should your facility be? The size of the space available will determine how many children it can hold at once and the design and layout of the Childcare.
3) Childcare Facility Material – Facilities are often made of steel, wood, or concrete. The material dictates the Childcare Facility’s durability and its impact on your budget.
Childcare Facility design and development is a lengthy process. However, it’s worth the effort to create an efficient Childcare Facility.