A prefabricated housing project in the Northern Territory has hit a new milestone as homes begin to be rolled out to remote communities.
Building works have progressed during the COVID-19 pandemic at sites in Darwin and Alice Springs.
It is part of a $68 million investment through the Northern Territory Government’s Homebuild program. Funding covers all aspects of the project including design, land servicing and on-site installation.
Darwin companies, Northern Transportables, PTM Group and NT Link and Alice Springs-based firm Murray River North were awarded contracts to build 134 homes for delivery to Aboriginal communities across the NT. To date, 74 homes have been completed. Continue reading