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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

Risky bridges a barrier to road safety

29 July 2014

Requirements for bridge barriers have changed significantly over the past few decades. As a result, many older bridges, particularly in regional areas, have bridge barriers that are considerably non-compliant when assessed against current standards.

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Appointment bolsters pitt&sherry presence in Queensland

29 July 2014

Engineering consultancy pitt&sherry has strengthened its transport infrastructure capabilities in Queensland with the appointment of Paul Meredith as Principal Civil Engineer.

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Two years on, demand for electricity in NEM and emissions from generation keep falling

07 July 2014

The latest carbon emissions index (Cedex®) by pitt&sherry marks the second anniversary since the introduction of a carbon price in Australia. Cedex® has been tracking developments in the National Electricity Market (NEM) during this time.

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Cost effectively bridging the capacity gap

23 June 2014

Increasing demand to understand the capacity of bridges on road and rail networks is being driven by increasing loads and ageing infrastructure in decline, causing asset owners to worry about the ongoing safety of these structures and how they will fund much-needed assessments.

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Project approvals – a better way to deal with controversy

16 May 2014

Advancing through the environmental approvals process is often one of the greatest hurdles that companies face when developing a new mine in Australia. The already high environmental rigour of regulatory approval processes can be made even tougher by the pressure exerted by environmental activist groups.

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