Modular construction is moving the goal posts for clubs, communities, and sporting groups across Australia. Many clubs and councils have realised the benefits of off-site construction and have embraced this methodology.
As the benefits of modular construction become well known, one of the most common myths is they do not meet the same construction standards as traditional builds, however, that is simply not the case.
Without being too technical, the simple answer is modular buildings by law must be designed and constructed to meet:
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Even though skilled teachers and staff and implementation of modern educational methods are what drives the success of any school, we can’t overlook the importance of the design of the building itself.
Friday 24th July marks the date that the world would have celebrated the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games prior to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.
The first stage of an $11.9 million multi-sport development at Brisbane’s Underwood Park has been completed and was opened on Saturday 11th July.
New clubhouses and amenities for Logan City BMX Academy and Underwood Park Netball Association were part of the first stage handed over by local manufacturer Ausco Modular.
If you’re looking to hire a temporary building from Ausco, there’s usually a requirement to discuss permits and approvals with your local Council prior.
At Ausco, our first priority is supplying the temporary space you need, configured exactly to your specifications, delivered, and available to use from day one. As the industry leader, we have the largest fleet of quality portable buildings and an endless array of add-on options, and a team of temporary workspace experts.