The modular difference combats housing requirements

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 01 May 2012   Posted by admin


USING a combination of sustainable materials and construction principles, Aussie Modular Solutions (AMS) designs and manufactures modular buildings for the resource, commercial and residential sectors.
AMS aims to meet the demands of the WA mining and resources industry’s housing and accommodation requirements, offering services and products that can be adapted to suit each clients’ unique requirements.
For more than 20 years, the WA-owned and operated company has built a reputation as one of the state’s most trusted modular providers, manufacturing more than 2000 modules per year using about 300,000 square metres of fabrication space. AMS’s in-house steel fabrication facility is equipped to fabricate customised steel chassis and has the latest computer controlled, fully-automated roll forming machines to produce steel wall and roof frames.
Customers include major companies such as Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Doric Constructions, Decmil Australia, Onyx Projects, Yara Pilbara Fertilisers, Leighton Contractors, Lang O’Rourke, John Holland, Cooper & Oxley, Department of Treasury and Finance, GCS Group, Onsite Rentals and Coates Hire.
AMS focusses on building a strong alliance with its partners, as shown in current projects such as the Onyx Projects/ Rio Tinto West Angelas Expansion, which involves 318 operations rooms and ancillary buildings; and the Decmil/Fortescue Metals Group Karntama Village expansion project. Other projects include the construction of various residential houses throughout the Pilbara, the BHP Macedon cyclone refuge kitchen, Fortescue Metals Group’s 800-person Dally camp accommodation and ancillary buildings, and many other construction projects for camp facilities on mining sites.


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