View of Super Pit in Kalgoorlie
Matthew Waldin
Monday, 04 January 2021 / Published in Mining Transportables
The words ‘gold rush’ bring to mind faded snapshots from the end of the 19th century. During that period of time, dusty tent cities that sprang up near gold strikes soon transformed into boomtowns. These gold rush towns were eventually complete; the shops, saloons, hotels, and churches turned the arid outback into a glittering land
Mining in Kalgoorlie
Matthew Waldin
Monday, 26 October 2020 / Published in Mining Transportables
There is no way to sugarcoat the toll that COVID-19 has taken on Australians. A massive wave of uncertainty swept the globe in early 2020, and the pandemic is far from over. However, in this excessively tumultuous time, mining companies in Western Australia are seeing a high demand for workers who can fill vacant jobs
Mining transportable that has been converted to farmers accommodation
Nicholas Berry
Wednesday, 09 September 2020 / Published in Commercial Transportables
While there is a lot to be said for starting from scratch and building transportable accommodations for workers, you should know about a popular idea that has taken hold in many areas. The idea is repurposing transportable accommodation units. If you are struggling to provide top-quality lodging for your seasonal farmworkers, this may be the
Transportables are impacting the educational sector and fixing issues of overcrowding
Nicholas Berry
Tuesday, 07 July 2020 / Published in Commercial Transportables
Adaptability is a necessity in our society. The school system is no exception. You may remember the days of blackboards, dusty erasers, and students’ desks placed neatly in a row facing the teacher’s desk. However, technology is changing more than teaching materials and how students learn. The know-how behind transportable classroom elements is changing the