With the lack of available green space for additional sporting facilities in many metropolitan regions, Narre Warren South P-12 College and the City of Casey in Melbourne, Victoria have engaged in a joint use agreement to benefit both the school and the local community.
Blackwood Football Club (BFC), located in the south eastern suburbs of Adelaide, has experienced a once in a generation growth in participation numbers due to the introduction of female football leagues in recent years.
Faced with an immediate need for new toilet and changeroom facilities, Coomera Anglican College’s architect contacted Ausco to provide additional facilities to allow for refurbishment and extensions on existing buildings.
In Karoonda, leaving young children in someone else’s care for more than one day per week has not been an option at all – until now. Faced with booming demand, the Karoonda District Council were keen to expand their service to cater for the local community.
Hume City Council in north-west Melbourne is a growing, urban fringe municipality experiencing a significant growth in residents, with approximately thirty percent of the community under 18 years of age.
Calvary Lutheran Primary School 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.
Beenleigh Special School (BSS) was experiencing the need for additional classroom space due to growing student enrolments.
The University of South Australia (UniSA) and Samsung partnered to create the Samsung SMARTSchool at UniSA’s Magill campus in Adelaide with the aim to support advanced teacher education and research and foster educators of the future.
When Primero was selected by Wartsila to provide construction services for the construction of AGL’s $295 million Barker Inlet Power Station, a multitude of staff facilities needed to be delivered to site quickly, both to mobilise the project and for long term use.
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.