In late 2018, the Fraser Coast Regional Council engaged Ausco Modular to design and manufacture football and netball clubhouses within stage one of the $48 million master-planned development.
The Hera-Nymagee underground mine is located approximately 100km south-east of Cobar, central New South Wales. The project involves the development of the Hera gold base metal deposit and the Nymagee copper deposit. The Hera deposit commenced its first production in September 2014.
Nominated by the Department for Education for Accelerated Schools Building Program, Ausco Modular was contracted by Sensum to deliver turnkey buildings for Eastern Fleurieu R-12 School in South Australia.
Virginia United Football Club inspires and motivates the local community to be active, have fun and challenge themselves through football for over 50 years, needed a modern-day facility to meet the current needs of their members.
Nepean Hockey Association is the first hockey club in New South Wales to choose a modular construction for their new facilities. There are many advantages of choosing a modular building, however, a major one for this club was the time saved to construct and install, meaning very little disruptio
In need of a building solution that was time sensitive, Balaklava High School worked with Ausco Modular to prioritise upgrades and ensure infrastructure was complete in time for year 7 students to begin high school by 2022.
Neerim District Secondary College required updated facilities after their older building was deemed too dangerous containing asbestos.
Late 2019, Ausco Modular’s Remote Accommodation team successfully mobilised a 304-person camp to site at the Eliwana Mine and Rail project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Maroondah City Council identified that the previous fifty-year-old pavilion, home of the Heathmont Jets Football and Netball Club and Heathmont Cricket Club, had been outgrown by the clubs, particularly following recent growth in female sport participation.
Stayover in Darwin is the latest edition to Ausco Modular’s growing network of accommodation villages.
In early 2010 Ausco Modular completed the first stage of Stayover on Zeller with 246 rooms, a restaurant, and an entertainment centre.
Our client BADGE is one of Australia’s largest privately-owned builders and has begun building the most advanced multi-species processing facility in Australia. Situated in Murray Bridge in SA, the new facilities for Thomas Foods International once fully operational will create around 2000 jobs.