How Much is it Going to Cost?

The first question everyone has when they start planning a new childcare building or remodeling project is, "How much is it going to cost?". We go into detail in each video with an explanation because that is a very difficult question to answer.  Even for people in the real estate and construction industry. Land costs, development fees, and construction costs are always moving targets. On any given day, the cost for a 1-acre piece of land can vary greatly.  It depends on the location of the land and whether it is in a rural area or a densely populated area. It depends on what use the land is zoned for, whether or not it has already been developed, and if there is a large demand for land in the area. Not to mention that the popularity of a town can rise and fall like the tides of the ocean.  All it takes to shift the tide is news of a violent crime, or natural disaster, or on the other end of the spectrum, news of a large regional development coming soon.
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Rebecca Calbert

Prior to founding Calbert Design Group, Rebecca designed buildings for well-known clients including AMLI Residential, Bonita Bay Group, Emory University, Georgia Board of Regents, Lincoln Property Company, Medical College of Georgia, Pulte Group, Raving Brands, and more. Rebecca’s career in architecture has spanned education, mixed-use, commercial, retail, multi-family housing, and science lab building types while working at various Award-Winning Architectural firms in the Metro Atlanta area. She now combines 30 years of design and construction experience with her passion for children’s built environments and her dedication to guiding clients through the real estate development process. Blending functional requirements and style aesthetics to complement and support the design needs of children and their families is only the beginning. Rebecca’s approach to child-centric design juggles the many priorities of building owner/operators with building cost, construction feasibility, and child safety.

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