Prefabricated Buildings Darwin

Found 4 Prefabricated Buildings in Darwin, NT - Updated: 25th January, 2021

Phone: (08) 8282 1187 | 14 Verrinder Road, Berrimah, NT

Ausco Modular is Australia's leading transportable hire and modular construction company. Our fleet of approx 14,000 buildings is available for customers temporary needs in 16 locations nationally. If it's a deconstructable permanent solution you need, we have the in-house expertise to manage the design, manufacturing and construction of modular buildings suitable for a wide range of applications, and have successfully delivered projects for customers in virtually every industry.

360 degree modular solutions.

Ausco Modular is one of Australia's largest providers, and a pioneer, of modular solutions, refined over the last 50 years. We hire and sell modular infrastructure for temporary and permanent purposes to a variety of sectors including, mining & energy, construction, commercial, education, government, sports & recreation and aged care.

We are a member of the Algeco Group - the world's largest modular hire and secure space solutions company. Together, we create smart spaces for people to love work and learn. We deliver for our customers, wherever, whatever and whenever the need.

Modular Buildings Berrimah
Ausco Modular
Phone: (08) 8947 4070 Address: 44 Lilwall Road, East Arm, NT
Phone: (08) 8947 4070 Address: Lilwall Road, East Arm, NT
Phone: 0438 590 099 Address: PO Box 865, Nightcliff, NT
Phone: (08) 7906 1251 Address: 13 Pruen Road, Berrimah, NT

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