Transportable housing in Karratha
Nicholas Berry
Wednesday, 18 March 2020 / Published in Residential Transportables
A Brief Regional History Although the region was home to indigenous peoples for tens of thousands of years, the non- native permanent settling began in the Karratha area in the early-to-mid-1800s. The vicinity encountered significant development that followed the growth of the iron ore industry in the 1960s. The discovery of gas in the 1980s
The tiny homes revolution
Nicholas Berry
Friday, 24 January 2020 / Published in Tiny Homes
  The continued interest in tiny homes shows the phenomenon once seen as a passing fancy is a strong part of the mainstream housing market, worldwide. Even though the tiny home is not a new product; consumers still struggle with gaining accurate information. Frequently, so-called experts promote their opinions and agendas to the undoing of
We offer transportable buildings in a range of sizes
Nicholas Berry
Tuesday, 19 November 2019 / Published in Company News
A decade ago, Nick Berry and Matt Waldin joined forces to create Fox Transportables. The idea for the company grew from a desire to fill a need in the Western Australian community. The pair set out to create well-built, smartly designed, and affordable structures that are fully transportable. What began as an idea to help
Accommodation for the mining industry in Western Australia
Nicholas Berry
Monday, 16 September 2019 / Published in Mining Transportables
Western Australia’s mining accommodation have come a long way since the days of company towns or tents near a mine site. Providing accommodation for mine workers in remote locations is required by law under the Mines and Safety Inspection Act of 1994. However, Western Australia has standards for workers’ housing. Requirements for Mine Worker Accommodation