Transport Infrastructure Projects
|Horace Street Traffic Management Treatments
pitt&sherry was engaged by the client to complete concept designs for a roundabout at the intersection of Stanhope Street and Horace Street and traffic control devices for Horace Street from Stanhope...
|Williams Landing Station - Tender Design
pitt&sherry undertook the tender design for this new premium tain station. The key feature of the project is an innovative circular truss with a clear 60m span over the Princes Freeway and then...
|Sladen Street Road Safety Audit Response
pitt&sherry were engaged by VicRoads South Eastern Projects to respond to a post construction Road Safety Audit of a 3.5km length of Sladen Street, Cranbourne....
|Princes Bridge Load Assessment
Detailed inspection and load-rating test for this heritage structure. pitt&sherry provided many services.
The Palmers Road Project is a $21M infrastructure project being delivered under a D&C delivery methodology for VicRoads.
Sladen Street is an infrastructure project located in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne and involves design and construction for the duplication of approximately 2.5kms of major arterial road.
|Don Interchange- Bass Highway
Tender design and subsequent detailed design of a two span post-tensioned voided slab bridge - the bridge spans the Bass Highway and is located on a 100m radius curve.
|Arden Street Bridge Strengthening & Rehabilitation
Following the Level 3 inspection carried, pitt&sherry were engaged to undertake the detailed design strengthening and rehabilitation for both of these reinforced concrete structures.
|Stock Subway Bridge Repair and Strengthening
pitt&sherry conducted a risk assessment leading to repairs to the Stock Subway Bridge in Melbourne.
|Airport Link - Traffic Management
pitt&sherry provided the client with traffic advice on the Brisbane Airport Link including construction of a tunnel connecting Bowen Hills to Kedron to Toombul near the airport. The traffic...
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