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Construction Management Plan

Construction Management Plans (CMP), or Construction Traffic Management Plans (CTMP) as they're otherwise known, detail impacts of changed traffic and pedestrian conditions for the duration of a construction project in addition to identifying construction specific risks and the controls required to secure Council approval during the Development Application process.

What we offer:

  • Extensive site scoping to ensure every CMP is prepred to meet the specific requirements of the site and environmental constraints.

  • Bespoke Traffic Guidance Schemes (TGS) included with every CMP.

  • Detailed description of each site's works method including, but not limited to:

    • Duration of works, volume and route of heavy vehicles, consideration of other road users, frequency and duration of proposed road/footpath closures, third party approvals (relevant roads and public transport authorities), proposed occupancy of kerbside space and much more.​

Road Construction

Construction    Management Plans (CMP)

  • Major projects

  • Long-term construction sites

From $850 (excl. GST)

What is a Construction Management Plan?

Construction Management Plans (CMP) outline the effects that a proposed development will have on the surrounding community, the level of risk accompanying these effects and the recommended controls required to minimise the identified risks for the duration of the works. Our CMPs address all council requirements related to the development application process, including but not limited to:

  • Permit requirements and guides on how to attain them;

  • Services locations and protection;

  • Stakeholder management and communication plan;

  • Public safety and amenity;

  • Stormwater and sediment control;

  • Fencing, lighting and site security.


In addition to identifying construction-specific risks and controls, CMPs must also include a detailed Traffic Management Plan (TMP) detailing the effects of the proposed project on the surrounding transport network and the measures taken to control the risks.

The TMP portion of the CMP includes, but is not limited to:

  • Location of site with respect to the surrounding road network;

  • Pedestrian management plan;

  • Haulage routes;

  • Traffic Guidance Schemes (TGS);

  • Traffic control devices and usage.

When compiling a Construction Management Plan, INFRA Engineering will analyse the existing road network with respect to the development, identify the hazards and propose risk controls and summarise the expected outcomes and constraints on the surrounding transport network. This analysis will accompany expert recommendations on how the impacts can be mitigated to ensure the proposed development can progress in harmony with the surrounding area and inhabitants.

Why should you choose INFRA Engineering for a Construction Management Plan?

INFRA Engineering is a collective of an expert engineers and planners with unrivalled experience in the traffic and transport industry.

We're a virtual firm, meaning our team members work from their homes or shared spaces all over Australia. Because of our efficient structure, we eschew many of the overheads of traditional engineering firms, meaning we pass on most of our savings to our customers in the form of lower prices.

All our reports come with a 100% approval guarantee, so you can be confident in the knowledge that you will be receiving expert guidance at every step in the process.

Why do you need a Construction Management Plan?

Construction Management Plans are a common requirement by most, if not all councils in Victoria and New South Wales, for new Development Applications.

Through our many years of experience in dealing with Councils during the Development Application process, at INFRA we produce CMPs that specifically address Council requirements without overburdening the developer with unecessary constraints. As such, our CMPs are easy to implement.

How much does a Construction Management Plan cost?

Our Construction Management Plans start at $850 and scale from there according to the size and complexity of the project and number of TGSs required. However in more general terms, we find our rates are often 20-30% lower than traditional transport engineering firms.

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  • Need a Construction Traffic Management Plan for your next project?

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