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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

Emissions from electricity generation continue to rise sharply as renewables take a hit

03 December 2014

This Carbon Emissions Index (Cedex®) report from pitt&sherry contains data from emissions from all fuels up to the end of September 2014, and an update on emissions from generators in the National Electricity Market (NEM) up to the end of November 2014.

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pitt&sherry gears up for heavy vehicles in Queensland

01 December 2014

The Mackay–Whitsunday region in Central Queensland is the gateway to Australia’s largest coal mining reserves and is a major producer of sugar. With this industry presence demands on road infrastructure continue to grow. Fortunately, local government in the region has been proactive in preparing this infrastructure for today’s heavy vehicles.

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pitt&sherry breathes life into ageing timber bridges

28 October 2014

Ageing timber bridges continue to be a focus area for local governments and rail transport operators around Australia, according to engineering consultancy pitt&sherry.

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pitt&sherry to design cheese factory wastewater solution

20 October 2014

Engineering consultancy pitt&sherry has been awarded a contract to provide design expertise for key elements of a $10 million wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) development that will form part of leading food and beverage company Lion’s upgrade of The Heritage cheese manufacturing site in Burnie, Tasmania.

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Post carbon price trends continue as coal generation and electricity demand signal comeback

16 October 2014

The latest carbon emissions index (Cedex®) update by pitt&sherry has revealed an ongoing trend of increasing emissions from electricity generation, as coal generation begins to grow, hydro generation retreats, and both gas and wind generation fall slightly.

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