Late 2019, Ausco Modular’s Remote Accommodation team successfully mobilised a 304-person camp to site at the Eliwana Mine and Rail project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Maroondah City Council identified that the previous fifty-year-old pavilion, home of the Heathmont Jets Football and Netball Club and Heathmont Cricket Club, had been outgrown by the clubs, particularly following recent growth in female sport participation.
Stayover in Darwin is the latest edition to Ausco Modular’s growing network of accommodation villages.
In early 2010 Ausco Modular completed the first stage of Stayover on Zeller with 246 rooms, a restaurant, and an entertainment centre.
Our client BADGE is one of Australia’s largest privately-owned builders and has begun building the most advanced multi-species processing facility in Australia. Situated in Murray Bridge in SA, the new facilities for Thomas Foods International once fully operational will create around 2000 jobs.
Perched on a sand dune and surrounded by Eyre Creek, Bedourie is perfect for a one-of-a-kind outback Queensland adventure to the far west.
Lalor North Primary School was in need of additional classroom space to accommodate the growing student numbers. Ausco Modular designed a high-quality learning space incorporating classrooms, student clusters and amenities.
The Noble Park school provides an intensive English language course for newly arrived migrants, refugees and international students from non-English speaking backgrounds.
A key advantage of transportable modular buildings is their ability to be redeployed quickly, especially when the need is great. This situation presented itself at Invermay Primary School in Victoria’s Central Highlands.
Underwood Park in Brisbane is a multi-sport precinct, home to local football (soccer), netball, BMX and mountain bike clubs. It also boasts the success of many professional athletes and Olympians. Thousands of local community members utilise the facilities at the park each week.
The Bowen Developmental Road upgrade project involves sealing over 25km of road and replacing existing ageing and damaged structures in North Queensland’s Whitsunday Region. The road is frequently used by heavy vehicles associated with mining and agriculture operations.
The Jeeralang Power Station is located in rural Latrobe Valley, approximately 150km south-east of Melbourne and about 6km south of Morwell.