A key advantage of transportable modular buildings is their ability to be redeployed quickly, especially when the need is great. This situation presented itself at Invermay Primary School in Victoria’s Central Highlands.
Underwood Park in Brisbane is a multi-sport precinct, home to local football (soccer), netball, BMX and mountain bike clubs. It also boasts the success of many professional athletes and Olympians. Thousands of local community members utilise the facilities at the park each week.
The Bowen Developmental Road upgrade project involves sealing over 25km of road and replacing existing ageing and damaged structures in North Queensland’s Whitsunday Region. The road is frequently used by heavy vehicles associated with mining and agriculture operations.
The Jeeralang Power Station is located in rural Latrobe Valley, approximately 150km south-east of Melbourne and about 6km south of Morwell.
The Cairns Convention Centre is undergoing a $176 million expansion and renovation project to maximise and modernise the centre’s capabilities and bring new business to tropical North Queensland.
LOCAL CRICKET FIELDS
When local council identified the need for an affordable, durable and fast changeroom solution for a local cricket field, modular was the winning combination.
• 20 x 3m changeroom
• 6 x 3m canteen
• 12 weeks to complete
The City of Marion is an area in the southern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia. When a need arose for long-term temporary facilities at Oaklands Park to accommodate further education needs for the community, the Marion Council contacted Ausco Modular for assistance.
Woodcrest State College was in need of a building solution that was time sensitive and budget friendly. After a competitive tender process, Ausco Modular was chosen to construct a new community hub through Honeywell Consulting.
Located 40 mins west of Brisbane, Ipswich State High School faced a familiar challenge. Due to enrolment capacity and growth, the Department of Education enlisted Ausco to supply additional classrooms to the school prior to new build commencing in the coming months.
A commitment from the Queensland Government to modernise ageing medical facilities has delivered the new Boulia Primary Healthcare Centre and Well-being Centre to the remote community in Central West Queensland.
Cooktown Crocs Junior Rugby League Club in Far North Queensland were one of the first sporting clubs to benefit from the State Government’s Activate! Queensland funding initiative to promote active living in more communities.
The City of Darwin’s Daly Street Beautification project will provide a $3.7 million facelift to the streetscape upon entry to Darwin’s city centre.