From a daycare, nursery school, infant care, childcare center, preschool program, to an after-school program at a community center, or a summer camp, when caring for children in an educational or social setting, it’s important to provide them with a safe atmosphere and plenty of space. Whether you are thinking about expanding your childcare operation, remodeling your existing building or starting a new center, Morton Buildings can make your vision of a quality, safe, and dependable childcare building a reality.
Most states publish licensing standards for day care providers, which specifically outline the minimum requirements of the physical facilities. Morton buildings can be customized to meet these requirements while providing a comfortable environment for staff and children to work and play. From a small daycare to a large center, Morton’s team of design and construction experts will listen to your ideas and work with you from the planning stages through the completion of your project.
From traditional or contemporary, to residential or commercial, your new Morton childcare building can be customized to meet any aesthetic or functional needs your organization may have. Due to our clear-span construction, Morton buildings are an ideal solution for expanding when your childcare space is filled to capacity. Without the need for load-bearing walls, the interior layout can accommodate a range of needs like spacious interior classrooms without support columns, reception areas, activity rooms, kitchen or office spaces for staff.
We are able to offer a nearly unlimited selection of features for your metal daycare building - from exterior siding options like Hi-Rib™ steel, brick and stone to cupolas, porches and doors. You can also add features like acoustical steel to cut down on noise and Morton’s exclusive Energy Performer® insulation system to provide a comfortable and energy-efficient building year-round.
When designing a new childcare building, it may also be helpful to consider:
Room for expansion
Activity play area inside and outside
Reception, office, and other administration spaces
Your local Morton sales consultant will work with you to plan, design, and construct a long-lasting, safe, and healthy building that will appeal to your staff and customers.
Julie B., December 30, 2020
Overall, this was a great experience from start to finish! I am so happy with the finished product!
Benefits of Building with Morton
From the smallest fastener to the trusses overhead, Morton leaves absolutely no detail to chance. If we’re going to put our name on it, we’re going to make sure it’s done right. That’s why we employ the people who manufacture the building materials, deliver them to your site and construct your building. It’s the only way we can assure you the high-quality, energy efficiency and “new building look” that defies time—guaranteed.
In addition to the high-quality components that make Morton buildings the ideal choice for childcare structures, other benefits of our childcare building construction include:
Clear-spans for greater interior design flexibility
Easy expansion as the business grows
Energy savings and noise reduction (with acoustical steel)
Faster construction time
Greater strength, resisting damage from heavy snows or high winds
Built to last
We are confident in our craftsmanship and back it with easy-to-understand warranties that are the best in the industry. The Morton Buildings name is synonymous with quality and longevity and we strive to continue that tradition every day. Second and third generation owners will tell you their Morton buildings look like new after decades of use. From foundations to fasteners, every detail is thoughtfully engineered and designed for minimal maintenance. In fact, the reason we offer the industry-leading warranty is because Morton buildings:
Won’t corrode or rot because of treated wood, true stainless-steel screws and rust-resistant ring shank fasteners
Stand strong against high wind and snow loads
Eliminate leaking and condensation build-up through roof pitches and ventilation systems
Control condensation and thereby protect insulation from moisture and sagging
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Working with Morton
We work with companies in various stages of their building project—some have already had plans drawn by an outside architect, some are only in the planning phase, and some are ready for our designers/architects to draw up plans and move forward with construction. No matter what stage you are in currently, we will help guide you to the best possible outcome. Many childcare providers use our Morton designBUILD project delivery method as it provides single-source responsibility, integrated design, collaborative construction planning, and accelerated schedules.
We want your building to be one you are proud to show off and receive the greatest return on investment. As a 100% employee-owned company, we are all committed to be the industry leader with a focus on innovation, service, quality, and most importantly, making sure each customer is completely satisfied with their decision to build a childcare building with Morton.
Your Morton sales consultant represents you. Your sales consultant works for Morton until you make a down payment. Then he or she works for you. Your sales consultant will meet with you to discuss your ideas and budget for your dairy farm building. Working with you, a building layout will be generated based on your specifications. As part of the larger Morton network, he or she will guide you through the entire process to:
Arrange pre-build details, like concept development, building plans and quotes, site plan, permits and zoning details, budgeting and financing
Oversee the building process, communicating with you throughout
Check on your satisfaction after completion
Once your plans are complete and you are ready to move to the construction phase, materials are manufactured at Morton Buildings plants to ensure quality and consistency. Morton Buildings employed truck drivers deliver building materials to your site and Morton trained and employed construction crews expertly erect your building.
Watch this video to learn more about planning your building project: