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.
Works were completed on site without disruption to the school’s normal operations, including building approval and all service connections to several locations for electrical and hydraulic feeds. The final product is a 12x12 music room combined with small rooms and a large open plan space. The second space was split into a 12x6 instrument room and a 12x6 classroom. The result Ausco achieved is a modern and sleek modular space, creating a useful space for the school community to engage in music.
Ausco Modular managed all aspects of the project including support & design of the building wrap on the external of the building. The team excelled in capturing the Business Manager’s vision and making it a reality. Ausco was able to provide a full turnkey service including building approval, design, applications, approvals, manufacture, delivery and installation of the space including ramps and access to water and power.
The Investigator College music and classroom demonstrates the endless possibilities of modular design and shows that
a modular building doesn’t have to have a standard look or purpose and goes far beyond basic rooms and temporary transitional solutions.