Modular construction delivers community facilities faster
Ausco Modular has partnered with major sporting codes such as the AFL, QLD Rugby League, Football QLD, Football SA, Football NSW and Northern NSW Football to deliver modular sporting facilities that meet the needs of the community from a design, cost, quality and project delivery 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.
How does the modular process work?
A modular building is built off-site in a controlled factory environment and is delivered to site by truck in modules. The building modules are 90% complete prior to delivery and installation on site. This greatly reduces disruption to the club and surrounding community as the installation process takes a fraction of the time that traditional construction would.
Thanks to a federal funding grant, the Victoria Point Sharks Football Club in Brisbane have recently received new unisex compliant modular changeroom facilities to continue to boost their numbers in female football participation.
The speed in which modular construction occurs was also of benefit to the Sharks as it meant that the new facilities would be ready to use in time for the next football season. Hear more about the club's experience with modular construction below.
"Dealing with Ausco has been great. From the quoting phase through to construction, we’ve been well supported by the staff and our personal project manager who would go above and beyond to ensure timelines were met."
Tyler Hayes - Junior Football Operations Officer, Victoria Point Sharks Football Club
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