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Fast Built Student Accommodation – Modular System

Direct Investment Mining & METS Perth Greater Metro

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Seeking investment value of $10 - $40 million

Kara Ged is a female-founded Indigenous company committed to Indigenous involvement in mining and construction. The investment aligns with WA’s priority of sustainable student accommodation. Modular construction enables quick building and social impact while providing attractive returns. Investing in fast built student accommodation can support growth, sustainable development, and social impact.

Fast built student accommodation using a modular system is an innovative approach to providing affordable, high-quality housing for students. Modular construction involves building units or modules off-site in a factory, then transporting them to the construction site for assembly. Using this approach, student housing can be built quickly and efficiently, with reduced construction time and cost compared to traditional on-site building methods. The modular units can be customised to meet specific needs and can be easily expanded or reconfigured as needed. The fast built student accommodation using a modular system can be an attractive option for universities and developers looking to quickly and cost-effectively provide modern, comfortable housing for students.

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Financial information

Investment sought: $10 - $40 million

Project information

Project timeline:

Expected start date:
02 October, 2023

Expected end date:
30 September, 2024

Funding round finish date:
30 September, 2023

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