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:
Ausco Modular awarded Government contract to deliver temporary housing to fire-affected Mallacoota residents
Ausco delivered an early Christmas present to residents of Mallacoota, who were left devastated by the 2019-20 Victorian bushfires. Bushfire Recovery Victoria engaged Ausco Modular to construct the facilities at pace, to meet the government’s urgent need to provide short-term accommodation to the local Mallacoota community.
To keep pace with change in the healthcare sector, workers and organisations are turning to modular buildings to provide the temporary and permanent workspace needed to continue administering proper patient care.
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.
The South Australian Government has partnered with Cricket Australia and the AFL to help the Western Districts Community Sports Club on Kangaroo Island rebuild following the devastating bushfires earlier in the year.
Ausco Modular's Townsville-based carpentry apprentices Elisabeth Matters and Fred McGilvary have gained valuable experience working on stage one of the Drive It North Queensland development project.
A $22 million dedicated motorsport and driver training facility at Calcium is underway and will include an off-road dirt track, speedway and 3km circuit.
There are many requirements that need to be considered before constructing a building on a sloping or difficult site.
Ausco Modular buildings provide a cost-effective and time-saving solution to traditional insitu builds on difficult landscapes due to the adaptability of the footing layout; a feature that can be modified to meet the constraints of the terrain.
Modular spaces are utilised by a multitude of industries throughout Australia and the world. The rise of modular facilities has allowed these industries to expand without the worry of excessive cost or wasted time.
Modular construction has come a long way since its humble beginnings producing temporary buildings or facilities used whilst something more permanent was built. Today, modern modular look as good as traditional builds with a long list of extra advantages.