National recognition for pitt&sherry Building Surveying

LOCAL business pitt&sherry Building Surveying has gained recognition on a national scale.

The multi-specialist infrastructure consultancy, located in Hobart, has taken out the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors’ (AIBS) National Building Surveying Team of the Year award.

Employee Ash Beardwood was also announced as a joint winner as the National Emerging Building Surveyor of the Year.

The AIBS Awards celebrate the best in professional standards, initiatives in building surveying and mentoring skills.

National winners are determined by the AIBS National Board from the state winners in each category.

“It is rewarding to win the AIBS top building survey team ranking against all the national entrants,” pitt&sherry Building Surveying general manager Roland Wierenga said.

“It’s the culmination of genuine teamwork in action, trusted long-term relationships and our wider community engagement.

“We pride ourselves on our two-way understanding of design and code parameters and this award is proof of that integrity.

“This is a fantastic honour and also specifically to Ash for being recognised nationally for his commitment to the building surveying profession.”

pitt&sherry Building Surveying is a wholly owned company of the pitt&sherry group.

With more than 20 years’ experience, pitt&sherry Building Surveying is a leader in the industry, offering a range of building surveying services including certification of domestic and commercial buildings and essential service management.

Recent projects pitt&sherry Building Surveying has worked on in Tasmania include Parliament Square, the Royal Hobart Hospital redevelopment and Myer, as well as events such as the Taste of Tasmania.

Caption: pitt&sherry Building Surveying employee Ash Beardwood has received the National Emerging Building Surveyor of the Year award.