Owned and operated by Education First, Inc., the child development center includes
seven classrooms, six bathrooms, a multi-purpose room, two fenced-in playground areas, and space for a future planned commercial-grade kitchen. It also features a functional drop off lane and sizeable parking lot.
In creating the 8,140-square-
“This is smaller than the typical Miller project, but just as important because we were able to help our end-user client realize her passion for providing the highest-quality childcare to a community that will benefit,” said Traci Miller, Director of Business Development.
A versatile education resource for the community, the Carol City Early Learning Center serves children six weeks through eight years old. Programs include Pre-school and Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten classes with customized curricula, as well as educationally enriching daycare, after-school care and summer camp.
“Although we brought Miller Construction Company on board during the permitting process, their entire team worked closely with us to find quality alternatives and bring our vision for a first-rate child development center to life,” said Darphine Snell, owner of Carol City Early Learning Center.
Founded in 1973, Miller Construction Company is a prominent South Florida design/builder and construction-