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Rural and Remote Modular Housing Project

Project description and overview:

Warle and its partner organisations have identified a significant opportunity to address a multifaceted problem within the construction industry in remote and rural areas of Australia. There are four critical problems facing the Northern Territory (NT) and other remote parts of Australia, these include; cost of materials and labour, durability and environmental considerations, logistical challenges and lack of individuality and appropriateness.

Warle proposes a multi-faceted innovative solution to the challenges in the NT’s construction industry. The cornerstone of this approach is a state-of-the-art manufacturing centre. This facility will be a hub for innovation, focusing on the development of framing technology, modular dwellings, and kit homes, all utilising the groundbreaking Howick Frama system. Another focus will be the establishment of the Training Centre, will supports local manufacturing and employment.

Warle’s proposed solution offers an unparalleled value proposition: affordable, high-quality, customisable, and environmentally friendly construction solutions that reduce costs, save time, and foster community engagement. The innovative use of technology, commitment to sustainability, and focus on local development differentiate Warle from competitors and promise long-lasting benefits for the NT.


  • Increased spending on R&D
  • Increased collaboration with other manufacturers
  • Better qualified employees
  • Increased staff with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills
  • Increased levels of automation
  • Greater capital intensity and Newer equipment
  • More extensive backward links
  • Larger geographical reach


Warle forecast $16.4M in revenue over 5 years


  • This project is projected to create an additional 20 jobs over 5 years

Government Funds: $392,470​​ | Industry: $392,470​ | In-Kind: $768,311

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