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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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Markets

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

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Services

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

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Products

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

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Projects

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

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Latest News

pitt&sherry welcomes Paul Hardy as Non-Executive Director

19 May 2015

pitt&sherry, the multi-specialist infrastructure consultancy, is pleased to announce that Paul Hardy has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director of the company.

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Coal generation and emissions on the rise as gas falls and wind stagnates

05 May 2015

The latest carbon emissions index (Cedex®) Update by pitt&sherry has revealed that the recent increase in coal generation could be on the verge of accelerating.

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pitt&sherry designs mechanical element of Brisbane riverwalk

30 April 2015

pitt&sherry has provided mechanical design expertise on Brisbane City Council’s New Farm Riverwalk Replacement project

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Demand and emissions rise despite higher wind generation and start-up of solar station

09 April 2015

Apart from a blip in January this year, the carbon emissions index (Cedex®) Update by pitt&sherry has been reporting a steady increase in annualised emissions from electricity generation in the National Electricity Market (NEM) since last June.

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Timely bridge upgrades build life saving barriers

08 April 2015

Australia has about 800 road authorities, many of which are aware of non-compliant bridge barriers under their control. However, due to limited resources and budgets, these road authorities are often unsure on how or when to act on this issue.

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