To meet the challenges of a growing player base accelerated by the success of the women’s football league, Ausco Modular and SANFL have collaborated to create unisex compliant changerooms and facilities to meet every requirement of the AFL Preferred Facility Guidelines. Our objective is to design purpose-built facilities for the needs of the community from a design, quality and cost perspective.
The lower build cost, significant time-savings and end-to-end project management make Ausco Modular sporting facilities perfect for clubs where administrative and playing resources are already stretched. Modular buildings require minimal ground works and little space beyond the built area of the building, preserving playing fields during the build and minimising disruption to your club and the neighbouring community.
Blyth-Snowtown Football and Netball Club (BSFNC) was the first club to build an Ausco Modular facility. Particularly important to BSFNC was the ability of their new facilities to provide safe and private changing areas to female and multicultural participants, allowing them to attract more players to the club. The facility includes two unisex football change rooms, a netball changeroom, an AFL-standard umpires’ facility, storage, public toilets, and a canteen. The building modules were constructed off-site in Ausco's Adelaide factory in parallel with initial site works and then craned into place on site over 1-2 days.
The project was awarded the 2019 SA/NT Parks and Leisure Australia Community Facility of the Year award. Check out the time lapse video below to watch BSFNC's new changeroom facilities delivered to site in just 20 weeks.
Considering modular football facilities for your club?