City of Wanneroo - Emergency Services Building

Client City of Wanneroo
Project Emergency Services Building
Location Two Rocks, Western Australia
Contract Period April 2017 – August 2017


Being one of the fastest growing local governments in Australia, the City of Wanneroo welcomes around 8,000+ new residents each year. As part of the multi-million dollar Yanchep-Two Rocks infrastructure upgrades, the City of Wanneroo called upon tenders for a new emergency services building which was then awarded to Modular WA.

Scope of Works
Design, construct and install a new emergency services building for the Two Rocks Fire Station.

Double sliding doors open into an expansive meeting room, providing a much needed training space for the Two Rocks Emergency Services team. As well as a kitchenette, the building was fitted out with a universal access toilet and male & female change room facilities.

Modular WA provided the client with an effective solution to their requirements for an accessible building. The finished floor level was kept as low as possible so that entry points were wheelchair accessible, while the separate universal access toilet was fitted out with grab rails and amenities as per AS.1429. The modules were constructed off site at our manufacturing facilities before being transported to site. With a total construction time of 10 weeks in the yard and 2 weeks installation onsite, Modular WA delivered an excellent, rapidly-built product whilst ensuring site disruption was kept to a minimum.

Jurien Bay Village

Client RSL Care WA
Project Jurien Bay Village
Location Jurien Bay, Western Australia
Contract Period September 2016 – Ongoing


Jurien Bay Village offers resort style living with superb facilities for over 50’s. Assisted by funding from Royalties for Regions, the village services the growing aged population in the regional community.

Scope of Works
Design, construct and install full turnkey lifestyle units and respite centre to Jurien Bay Village. Includes transport, cranage and site install of all units as well as custom design consultation and sales support.

The village offers six different two and three bedroom designs showcasing contemporary interiors. All designs intend to accommodate the modern, coastal lifestyle whilst being fitted with accessible solutions where required to ensure maximum security and comfort.

Constructing homes for an estate calls for precision planning due to the restrictions faced when installing modules onto tightly fit blocks. Modular WA works extensively with our expert transport and logistics specialists so that installations are carried out ensuring maximum cost efficiency and minimal disruption to the site. Adhering to our client’s strict timeline requirements, our homes are rapidly built and transported to site in just 12 weeks. This demonstrates that Modular WA has the resources and expertise to deliver a high quality product, on time and within budget.

“Our board and senior management team have a very high professional regard for the Modular WA team and their modular homes.”
– Kevin Davidson, Managing Director and CEO

DBNGP WA Nominees - Administration Office

Client DBNGP WA Nominees Pty Ltd
Project Administration Office
Location Jandakot, Western Australia
Contract Period February 2017 – July 2017


Dampier Bunbury Pipeline (DBP) is the operator of the privately owned Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline, Western Australia’s most important piece of energy infrastructure. Due to recent growth, the company required a new administration office to accommodate its expanding workforce.

Scope of Works:
Demolition of existing building, construct and installation of additional administration office building including transport, onsite earthworks, and module join up.

The office features an open plan space with raking ceiling encouraging a collaborative working environment. Additionally, the building contains three enclosed private offices with noise isolation batts, a purpose built utilities room and universal access facilitated entry.

Modular WA provided an economical solution by decommissioning the existing unit and replacing it with a larger purpose-built office. As the modules were constructed offsite and transported to Jandakot, this eliminated downtime for personnel and minimised disruption to surrounding buildings. Modular WA also liaised with Chubb Fire while wiring the smoke and fire alarm systems in order to ensure the building integrated effectively with existing infrastructure. The delivery of the DBP Administration Office project was on time and within budget, demonstrating Modular WA’s ability to provide a quality commercial product tailored to each client’s needs.