Onsite Childcare Center Development

Our Clients:

The Clifton Center
In 1987, the first Clifton Center opened for employees of Emory University and Health Care, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. In 2002, the consortium opened a second center on Starvine Way.

Housed in the Peachtree Summit Building in downtown Atlanta, Kidazzle cares for 52 children of employees of the Internal Revenue Service, General Services Administration, and other government agencies.

The Georgia Pacific Center
This NAEYC-accredited center serves 151 children, from infants to school age. Opened in 2000, it shows how to successfully incorporate a daycare center into downtown headquarters.

Innovative organizations across the country reap the benefits of having onsite childcare. BrownRichards wants to share our years of experience in developing early childcare and learning centers. Let us work with you to analyze your employees’ specific childcare needs, help select a site, and give you a custom plan for developing your company’s childcare center. We guide you every step of the way — from creating the vision through to opening day.

Our services include:

  • Vision and mission design
  • Program design
  • Review of curriculum models
  • Space and center design
  • Incorporating National Association for the Education of Young
    Children (NAEYC) accreditation standards
  • Financial planning
  • Assistance in meeting regulatory requirements and obtaining necessary approvals
  • Implementing the program and overseeing construction
  • Center set up, including equipping the center, hiring key personnel, and handling public relations responsibilities
  • Opening Day ceremonies
  • Quality assessment and control
  • Reviewing contracts from management companies
  • Start-up and ongoing professional development

Like many of our clients, you can
successfully establish an onsite
childcare center at your workplace

Take a look at a few of our proud accomplishments: We partnered with First National Bank of Atlanta to develop the financial industry's first onsite childcare center. In 1985, we created the first consortium childcare program in the country with Georgia Pacific Corporation, the Federal Reserve Bank, Rich's Department Stores, and The Atlanta Journal and Constitution newspapers.

In 1987, we opened The Clifton School for Emory University, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Our
high-quality childcare programs have helped employees at Turner
Broadcasting System, IRS, Georgia Pacific Corporation, Crawford Long
Hospital, IBM, Nations Bank, All Saint's Episcopal Church, Georgia Power
Company and many more!