The existing Children’s Center facility, serving 75 children, serves many businesses both large and small and has limited the amount of growth available for the child-care operation. The existing space was restrictive in terms of access during pick-ups and drop-off times, the interior space was bifurcated, and the playground is a distance away from the classroom spaces. The child-care center was working with a nearby church to provide a more complimentary and synergistic use to the daycare occupancy, and better access for parents, with better classroom spaces and support facilities to support expanding enrollment for the children’s center. It was important for Wiemann Lamphere to understand how each of these activities necessitates specific space requirements, and what can be done to functionally reinforce that activity throughout the day was imperative to allow the providers to function efficiently and not spend time setting up or pulling down activity areas for fluctuating use. The result is a two-story child care facility within a medium density residential community, with a new facility meeting all code requirements, as well as improved safety and security in a highly sustainable building.