Brian Pitt, a Civil Engineer with the Devonport Marine Board founded pitt&sherry in 1963 as a consulting business. In 1965, Brian was joined by Clive Sherry, a Municipal Engineer at Devonport Council.For 25 years, Brian and Clive worked on buildings, land development and industrial infrastructure projects in north-west Tasmania. The spirit of the collaborative partnership of our founders lives on in the pitt&sherry name. In 1985 the company and opened an office in Launceston, Tasmania. In 1995 pitt&sherry merged with Morgan, Klok and Neilsen, adding building surveying capabilities.In 1998, pitt&sherry doubled in size when 30 personnel joined via a major alliance contract with the Tasmanian Department of Transport. From 1999 to 2004, pitt&sherry operated an office in East Timor assisting with infrastructure renewal. The company’s growth continued through the acquisitions of MP Building Surveyors (1999), RM Baird and Associates Pty Ltd (2007), Energy Strategies (2008), INCADD pty Ltd (2008), Carroll Consulting (2009), Rare Consulting (2012).In 2016 the company transitioned to a more contemporary corporate Board governance and management structure, introducing a Non-Executive Chairman. The Board and Leadership team collaborated to develop a strong vision for pitt&sherry, define our mission and a clear strategy, underpinned by our business model and culture. The key elements of a High Performing Organisation.2016 heralded a period of strong organic growth for pitt&sherry.Today, pitt&sherry has evolved into a national entity with offices throughout eastern Australia servicing national and international projects. In 2016, pitt&sherry merged with KMH Environmental. This merger created a solid foundation in the New South Wales market, providing high quality environmental engineering design, environmental approvals, waste management & sustainability solutions.Our Journey towards our pitt&sherry 2025 goals continues strongly today. What we do About Us Our Approach Our Team Careers History Awards & Recognition Affiliations Latest News Helping the NSW Horticulture Industry identify energy efficiency opportunities to reduce energy consumption and costs Date May 25th 2020 Learn more Explore the evolution of over half a century.