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.
The Bowen Developmental Road upgrade project involves sealing over 25km of road and replacing existing aging and damaged structures in North Queensland’s Whitsunday region. The road is frequently used by heavy vehicles associated with mining and agriculture operations.
Adelaide Airport is the fifth-largest domestic and international airport in Australia and processes more than eight million passengers annually.
Stockland’s Kalina Springfield development is an exciting new community in the Greater Springfield region, west of Brisbane. The team on the ground required a long-term temporary structure to house a sales and information centre whilst the land development evolved.
In need of immediate classrooms and music space, South Australia’s Investigator College contacted Ausco to supply temporary buildings. Located south of Adelaide at Victor Harbor, the school identified a need for more space whilst they relocated students from a nearby campus at Goolwa.
In 2016, Ausco Modular was enlisted to assist in the largest transport infrastructure project undertaken in Australia.
The WestConnex M5 is a revolutionary project for urban Sydney that commenced in March 2015 and is expected to be completed in late 2023.
Ausco Modular first mobilised to the Amrun project, southwest of Weipa, to install the initial 32-person village in August 2014.
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.