A key advantage of modular buildings is their ability to be redeployed as and where your need is greatest. This exact situation presented itself at Bracken Ridge High School and Brighton State School, towards the north of Brisbane.
After being targeted by an arsonist on November 25th, Laidley State High School, in conjunction with Queensland’s Department of Education needed to act quickly to ensure that students would be able to resume classes as normal in the next school year.
Faced with a short-term need for new classrooms, but without an easily accessible site, Coolum State High School needed to find a provider who could provide great quality buildings but who also had installation expertise enough to cope with the constraints of placed upon them.
Faced with booming demand for childcare and out of school hours care, the Goldfields Childcare Centre (GCCC) located in Kalgoorlie-Boulder WA needed to add extra facilities in a hurry.
With a rapidly growing student population, TKIS faced a familiar challenge - keeping the school operational while also putting in place the facilities that would allow for successful operation in the coming years.
Eumundi State School, a reputed school that has been providing education to the local children for more than 100 years, was in need of two new classrooms to accommodate the growing number of students.
The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University is leading the way for female sport participation with the creation of their Women’s Football Academy. The program aims to promote and develop players, coaches and administrators in women’s football.
Experience and proven ability were the key factors in Ausco Modular winning this initial project for Sydney Trains Centre for Excellence. The pilot project’s on time delivery and on budget result will mean the roll out of nine more facilities across NSW.
As an area with an identified need for a community hub, the Redbank Plains Community Centre became the City of Ipswich’s highest priority community facility in 2018.
The Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct in Hervey Bay is a multi-stage development spread over more than 60 hectares. The precinct will provide a home for local clubs participating in diverse sporting codes including football (soccer), netball, AFL and rugby league.
WINNER: 2019 SA/NT Parks and Leisure Australia Community Facility of the Year