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Welcome to pitt&sherry, a leading Australian multi-specialist infrastructure consultancy servicing the transport, industrial, mining, energy, food & beverage, and community sectors.

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pitt&sherry provides engineering and specialist consulting to a range of industry sectors.

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pitt&sherry's qualified consultants provide a comprehensive range of specialist services.

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pitt&sherry has developed a range of specialised infrastructure management software products.

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pitt&sherry has successfully delivered a comprehensive range of projects to key industry sectors.

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Latest News

AIBS Tasmania Chapter Award Winners: Roland Wierenga and Esther Fletcher-Jones

07 October 2016

pitt&sherry are delighted to celebrate our AIBS Tasmanian Chapter Award Winners, Roland Wierenga and Esther Fletcher-Jones.

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pitt&sherry appoints Matthew Rutter as Senior Principal – Melbourne Business Unit

23 September 2016

pitt&sherry, the multi-specialist infrastructure consultancy, is pleased to announce that Matthew Rutter has been appointed Senior Principal – Melbourne Business Unit for the company.

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pitt&sherry and KMH Environmental merge

10 August 2016

pitt&sherry, the multi-specialist infrastructure consultancy, and KMH Environmental consultancy are merging operations.

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Electricity demand and emissions continue to grow, plus a closer look at Tasmania

07 April 2016

The April 2016 Carbon Emissions Index (CEDEX®) Report by pitt&sherry and The Australia Institute (TAI) indicates that electricity generation, demand and consumption continues to be on the increase nationally following a seventeen month trend. The total annual demand in the NEM is now 2.5% higher than the low point recorded for the year ending February 2015. This rate of demand growth was considered normal for the electricity industry up until 2004, but has not been seen since that time.

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Modelling future bridge asset management advantages

04 April 2016

Bridge and culvert asset managers are well aware of the structures they own, the location and what condition they are in as well as knowing that asset management techniques change and evolve. As Andrew Sonnenberg, National Bridge Engineering Manager at pitt&sherry explains, what is less understood is the future condition of these structures and the maintenance that will be required outside of reactive work determined from inspections.

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