Ausco Modular News

Workforce and tourism boosted by new Birdsville accommodation

16 January 2018

They might have been open for half a year but the ribbon-cutting for two new accommodation options in Birdsville took place in November. A caravan park upgrade, valued at $2.1 million, and the new Birdsville Lodge short stay accommodation, valued at $2.9m, have not only given visitors to the remote outpost plenty of sleeping options, they are expected to boost the local workforce sustainability.

Happy Holidays from Ausco Modular

1 December 2017

Twas the weeks before Christmas... While holidays are something we always want more of; There is something you can be certainly sure of; Ausco Modular will return from the break; Branches will reopen on January 8th.

Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) endorsed by Reconciliation Australia

26 October 2017

Ausco Modular commenced our Reconciliation journey almost 2 years ago and in June 2017, our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was officially endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. The RAP was developed to help foster a culture of respect and awareness of the cultural heritage of the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we work.

Ausco Modular launches Aged Care product

24 October 2017

At the 2017 Leading Aged Services Australia (LASA) National Congress on the Gold Coast, Ausco Modular launched its Aged Care offering to the market. A fully functional prototype module was on show during the four day event.

Ausco Modular ready for disaster situations

25 September 2017

Australia experiences some of the most severe weather related natural disasters in the world including severe storms, bushfires and flooding, meaning people and businesses need to be prepared and ready if the worst does occur.

Modular construction on sloping landscapes

19 September 2017

There are many requirements that need to be considered before constructing a building on a sloping 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 which can be modified to meet the constraints of the terrain. Below provides an insight into the benefits of constructing a modular building as opposed to an insitu build on difficult landscape.

Points to consider prior to your building delivery

19 September 2017

So, you've decided to construct a temporary modular space for an upcoming project or sudden need? With over 50 years of industry experience, you can be reassured you will receive a safe and hassle-free delivery and installation of your temporary modular space. Paul Brennen, Business Development Representative for Ausco Modular Adelaide explains the process.

Benefits of modular solutions

19 September 2017

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 can service a company’s need for more space, whether that is due to growth, renovations, emergency needs or simply demand. If you’re experiencing this need, or are exploring your options, here’s how modular can help.

What is modern modular construction?

19 September 2017

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 looks as good as traditional builds with a long list of extra advantages.

Ausco Modular joins forces with the Clontarf Foundation to support local kids

11 September 2017

Ausco Modular Stayover Kingfisher Village has teamed up with the Clontarf Foundation, hosting a group of Grade 10 boys and putting them through their paces in both the kitchen and the gym.