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Calvary Lutheran Primary School
17 January 2020

What Are The Benefits of a Modular Space?

Modular spaces are utilised by a multitude of industries throughout Australia and the world. The rise of modular facilities has allowed these industries to expand without the worry of excessive cost or wasted time. Modular can service a company's need for more space, whether that is due to growth, renovations, emergency needs or simply demand. If you're experiencing this need, or are exploring your options, here's how modular can help.

Major benefits of temporary and permanent modular space:


Renovations can be time-consuming and cost companies money lost business and inconvenience as facilities and services become unavailable during the construction period. Temporary modular facilities can be delivered to the site within a matter of days.

As longer term, permanent modular buildings are manufactured offsite, it reduces the time spent on site and mitigates weather risks enabling the modular construction solution to be developed and installed in a matter of weeks ensuring the business continues as normal.


The functionality and adaptability of modular buildings mean all modular spaces can be easily relocated on the current space or to an entirely new site regardless of the landscape constraints or accessibility of the sites. Ausco Modular’s experienced team can ensure a seamless move at all stages from transport to installation for the duration of the hire or project.


Whether you are in need of extra working space or more amenities, Ausco’s modular solutions can be ready when needed. Suitable for both temporary and permanent needs, Ausco offers a variety of spaces that can be fully installed, insured, and even furnished depending on the requirement. The benefits of modular buildings include the ability for the building to be standardised and repeated for extensions and additions to pre-existing modular sites.  


Ausco has a range of modular spaces for temporary or permanent use to suit every budget. As the majority of the construction is completed offsite and transported to the location, it reduces the costs of engaging specialised trades to complete the build, especially in areas where their availability is limited. Ausco’s expert team can provide the right space for your needs that will fit both budget and time restrictions.


Each modular building is built to last. You can rest assured the space will remain durable and dependable for the length of its stay. Ausco Modular buildings are steel framed and have a specification equal to conventional site-built construction.

For temporary facilities, Ausco also recommends utilising the Building Renter Protection for peace of mind throughout the duration of the hire.


All Ausco Modular units are engineered to meet guidelines and restrictions enforced by the client and council. Ausco’s expert team will work with you to ensure the chosen modular space is suitable and compliant. A recent example of this is the nursing accommodation at Miles Hospital. Working to the Queensland Health guidelines, Ausco provided multiple high-quality accommodation buildings for nursing staff in under eight weeks.


Modular buildings are not what they used to be. Gone are the days of standard demountable buildings or ‘dongas’ used in schools. Now, Ausco’s modular spaces can be designed with architects and engineers to suit any need. Calvary Lutheran Primary School in South Australia enlisted Ausco Modular to design and build a high-quality learning cluster, incorporating classrooms, student break-out areas and amenities focused on improving student outcomes. 


Ausco Modular Calvary Lutheran Primary School


How would modular space benefit your business?

Enquire now by calling 13 62 11 or submit a quote request online.