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  • The Path of Least Resistance – The Need for a National Environment and Planning Framework

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    International Association for Impact Assessment Conference Paper

    As environmental and planning consultants involved in the very early stages of projects, pitt&sherry has been approached by national and international clients to provide advice on which State and/or Local Governments have project approvals processes that will allow the “path of least resistance” for gaining project approvals. This question is becoming part of some large clients’ project decision making processes.

    While this “path of least resistance” question does not necessarily reflect a lack of commitment to good environmental and planning outcomes, it does highlight the substantive differences in gaining development approvals between States and Local Governments throughout Australia. National and international scale proponents with projects that are not linked to a static resource are looking for streamlined, consistent and transparent environmental and planning approvals processes as well as investment confidence. Governments, communities and other stakeholders want to ensure Ecologically Sustainable Development principles are upheld.

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  • Design Registration Process

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    Tourism & Recreation

    Design registration is a process aimed at ensuring that specific items of Plant (as per the Regulations) are designed
    and verified to appropriate technical standards prior to being supplied.

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  • Bridge Load Testing Conference – Whitepaper 2019

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    Transport Infrastructure

    Arden Street Bridge Load Testing Conference – 9th Australian Small Bridges Conference 2019
    Load Testing of a 1920’s Cast-in-Place Reinforced Concrete Tee Beam Bridge

    ABSTRACT: The Arden Street Bridge over the Moonee Ponds Creek is a seven-span cast-in-place reinforced concrete tee beam bridge constructed in 1923. Originally designed for a 16-ton roller, the bridge was strengthened in 2004 to accommodate semi-trailers and B-doubles operating at Higher Mass Limits. pitt&sherry was initially engaged to undertake desktop load rating of the bridge to see if it could be used during the transport of various Heavy Load Platform configurations, including platforms carrying 180t and 130t transformers, as part of the planned West Melbourne Terminal Station upgrade.Following the desktop exercise physical load testing of the bridge was carried out. The test regime included performance load testing using two semi-trailers loaded up to 54.5t each (Stage 1) followed by proof load testing of a representative tee beam using a hydraulic jack and loading frame (Stage 2).

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  • Water and Waste Water Capability Statement

    Fact Sheet

    Industry

    Water and Wastewater

    pitt&sherry provides planning, engineering and management expertise that helps infrastructure owners and the community to
    manage their water supply and treatment needs.

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  • The Effect on Bridge Barriers

    White Papers & Media Articles

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    Transport Infrastructure

    The revision to AS5100 in 2017 resulted in significant changes to the design loading and impact heights for all bridge barrier performance levels. These changes have increased the requirements for on and off structure barriers and for pier protection which are then reflected into increased cost of bridge construction.
    This paper will explore the impact of the changes to bridge barrier design.

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  • Network Wide Assessment of Bridge Barrier Safety

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    Transport Infrastructure

    pitt&sherry has developed a method for rating the risk of barriers across a network in a manner that allows asset owners to allocate their limited funding where it is most needed.

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  • Australia Bridge Inspection Processes

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    Transport Infrastructure

    pitt&sherry has undertaken thousands of bridge inspections across Australia, from as far north as Cairns to as far south as Hobart.

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  • Permits for heavy vehicle access

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    Transport Infrastructure

    Load assessment of bridges for Road Managers

    Most road network asset owners know what structures they own, where they are located and what condition they are in. Less understood, is the capacity of those structures to cope with modern vehicles and permit vehicles.

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