TMP Request Form

Roadcone Consultancy TMP and CAR Request Form.
Heads up, this form will require a fair bit of detail from you. Please have documents such as a Scope of Works, Construction Plans or similar ready for emailing. You will also need a completed and SIGNED 'A3 form' which can be sourced from here (link): http://nzuag.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/NZUAG-National-Code-of-Practice-Schedual-A-Forms-July-2019.docx then scroll down to Page 5. Please email all documents to admin@roadcone.nz
If you need some more detail about terminology involved in this process, take a look at our FAQs at the bottom of this page: roadcone.nz/about
This info helps us to find you in our systems (or not).
This is the 'end customer' that the project is being delivered for. Typical examples are utility companies (power, gas, telco, etc), property developers and other service providers. Enter the full legal organisation name please. If the end customer is a private individual then just enter 'PRIVATE'.
Mobile number preferred but landline (incl 0800 or 0508) numbers are OK too.
A generic or shared mailbox such as 'ceo@yourcompany.co.nz' is fine.
For smaller projects, the 'Bill Payer' may be the same person as 'Client' above. For larger projectss, the 'Bill Payer' may be someone in the organisation Finance or Accounts team. Enter the full legal organisation name please.
Mobile number preferred but landline (incl 0800 or 0508) numbers are OK too.
A generic or shared mailbox such as 'accounts@yourcompany.co.nz' is fine.
The 'Contractor' is the company who is doing the actual work. Please provide the full legal organisation name. If this TMP request is for an Event, then mark this field as Not Applicable.
Mobile number preferred but landline (incl 0800 or 0508) numbers are OK too.
A generic or shared mailbox such as 'operations@yourcompany.co.nz' is fine.
e.g. 'Mon to Sat, 7:00am to 6:00pm' or 'Sun to Thu, 7:00pm to 5:00am'. We suggest you allow for a contingency/worst case. You may not plan to work Saturdays under normal circumstances but if you don't have that allowed for in the TMP/CAR then you will not be able to work Saturdays in those final hectic few days of your project when you may really need it.
A blank 'A3 form' can be sourced from here (link): http://nzuag.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/NZUAG-National-Code-of-Practice-Schedual-A-Forms-July-2019.docx then scroll down to Page 5. On the 'A3 form', you will detail… A short ‘plain english’ (no jargon) description of your project then a breakdown of the significant stages of your project. This is because the TTM (Temp Traffic Management) may vary for each stage. Example: ‘Connect a new 300mm stormwater pipe from the bottom of the walkway next to #235 Hillary St to the existing manhole in the intersection of Hillary St & Tensing Rd’ Stages are... 1. Cone off worksite on the day prior. 2. Deliver large digger to site (requires 25m long low loader). 3. Excavate in carriageway to lay new stormwater pipes with Two Way Stop Go to manage traffic. 4. Backfill and temp reinstate road surface. 5. Leave site overnight with Temp Speed Limit signage in place. 6. Return to site next day and complete permanent reinstatement. Include info about any unattended state – e.g. will any work vehicles be left on the roadside overnight? Will the footpath be left fenced off while concrete sets? The planned duration of your project (number of days/weeks/months).The planned operating hours of your project worksite (e.g. Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm). Be aware that some roads have limits to the working hours that will result in you having a smaller window of time to complete your works than you may have planned for. There may also be other factors affecting the hours you are allowed to work. Common examples are works near schools & works at night. We will advise you about any of these limits. Email the completed form to admin@roadcone.nz
Please factor in the following lead times: Once all required information has been received from you, it will take 10 working days for the TMP preparation plus 15 working days for council/NZTA to approve the CAR application.
Example "1 x tracked drill rig measuring 6m long x 2.5m wide x 4m high, delivered to site by a flatbed truck measuring 15m long x 3m wide. 1 x flatdeck ute with watercube, must be parked beside the drill rig to serve as a water supply".
Pictures always help and can often say more than words. Hand-drawn is fine.

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