STMSNZ was created out of the desire to provide temporary traffic managment for our own jobs.
The four aims of the company are:
- Lead by example - Safety must be at the core of everything we do.
- Deliver on our promises - we are only as good as our last job
- Keep it simple - get the basics right and the results will follow
- Champion both customers and suppliers - so we all share in the success
- Phone: 022 499 6235
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aaron has over 10 years experience in traffic management - both in Christchurch and Dunedin. He holds a level 2/3 NP STMS ticket so is ready and capable of setting up and managing sites on all Otago roads.
Aaron loves interacting with customers and ensuring their work happens without incident or issue.
- Phone: 027 289 8077
- Email: email@example.com
Khylee is a 31 year old who has been working in the Traffic Management industry in various roles and companies. Khylee started working as a casual 8 years ago with no Traffic Management experience, she was stuck on a stop/go paddle for 6 months straight, 6 days a week, the days were long and tiring but she never gave up. Khylee worked her way up through the ranks to get her to where she is today.
Khylee is currently our Traffic Management Plan Designer and also looks after our Marketing. She ensures our TMPs are fit for purpose for the job and are to CoPTTM and the RCAs requirements.
Khylees is a 2/3 Practising STMS, a CoPTTM trainer that runs TC and level 1 STMS courses on a regular basis and appointed TTM Mentor and TTM Assessor.
With Khylees on road experience and thorough understanding of CoPTTM she brings a wealth of knowledge to the company.
- Phone: 021 947 188
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
With more years of management and HR experience than she will admit to, Barbara is the one to contact with any admin queries. She is most likely the face you will she if you call into the office to book jobs.
Paul and Hazel
After over a decade running Smart Lift, they've branched into traffic management. They have now decided to take a step back, taking more time to enjoy the many beautiful spots the country has to offer.