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Construction management plans

A construction management plan or construction site management plan is now a common council requirement for developments in a growing number of municipalities across Australia. At LID Consulting our construction management plan consultants are experienced in residential and commercial construction management plans for demolition and construction projects.

Our reports include enough detail to satisfy council but not too much to make it difficult to implement. Across LID Consulting all our reports contain smart, simple and easy to implement solutions. Where possible we rely on builder involvement to confirm their construction methodology.

Construction management plans outline issues of concern for your site, the level of risk for these issues, and recommends simple and effective control measures you can take to reduce these risks. We do not include crane plans but can include traffic management plans and truck swept paths.

At LID Consulting our consultants have had a 100% success rate when submitting reports to Council. Our plans address all council requirements for construction management plans including but not limited to:

  • public safety, amenity and site security
  • operating hours
  • noise and vibration controls
  • air and dust management
  • stormwater and sediment control
  • waste and materials reuse and traffic management.

Our consultants can also complete construction Waste Management Plans (WMPs)

Call or us to discuss or email your project details/plans on pdf – we can generally confirm written quotes within 24 hours and can deliver most reports within 1-2 weeks or to meet specific time-frames.

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Construction Mangement plan
Sample construction management plan from LID Consulting
unsorted construction waste
Unsorted construction debris leads to unnecessary waste on construction sites
Bin divider for waste management on construction sites
Simple solutions such as this skip bin divider prevent unnecessary wastage on construction sites