A grand opening celebration was held this week for the new Mercill Early Childhood Learning Center in Jackson, Wyoming. The new Center began serving the community earlier this year. But now that spring has arrived, the building was ready to be officially unveiled to the City of Jackson and families that it will serve.
Construction of the new facility deviated from conventional construction. Big-D Signature crews “stitched” the building together piece-by-piece using a process called Modular Construction.
Modules of the building were fabricated in Idaho by Nashua Builders. The modules were then delivered to the construction site in Jackson, where they were stitched together.
The new Childhood Learning Center has seven classrooms, as well as administrative offices. The Center serves more than 100 infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.