Ausco Modular’s building solutions have continued to prove popular among healthcare providers with the latest build at Miles Hospital no exception.
In early January, 2013, devastating fires razed much of the Tasman Peninsula. Many small towns and communities suffered immeasurable losses, but few more so than the town of Dunalley, located 57km east of Hobart.
With a rapidly growing student population, Star of the Sea 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.
The North Queensland Stadium project in Townsville will deliver a $290 million centrally located, 25,000 seat multi-purpose stadium that will be ready in time for the commencement of the 2020 National Rugby League season.
Thanks to a $485,000 federal funding grant, the Victoria Point Sharks Football Club in Brisbane have received new unisex compliant modular changeroom facilities to continue to boost their numbers in female football participation.
Stockland Coomera enlisted Ausco Modular to design and build a high quality multi-use space to be used as an office and sales and information centre to promote their new residential community on the Gold Coast.
Morris Reserve in Pascoe Vale South, Melbourne is a local sports field utilised by several local sporting clubs in the Moreland City Council district.
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.