Group    From 30/7/1902  To 1989

Mott, Hay and Anderson

Categories: Engineering

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A civil engineering firm. Began as a partnership with Basil Mott and David Hay. David Anderson became a partner in 1920, on return from the army.

In 1989 the company merged with Sir M MacDonald & Partners to form Mott MacDonald.

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Mott, Hay and Anderson

Creations i

Tower Bridge, 1977 - electrification

City of London Tower Bridge Constructed and maintained by the Corporation of ...

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Tower Bridge, 1982 - opened to the public

City of London Tower Bridge The main towers, high level walkways and the mac...

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Other Subjects

Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers

Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers

A British professional engineering institution licenced by the Engineering Council UK to assess candidates for inclusion on ECUK's Register of professional Engineers and Technicians.

Group, Engineering

1 memorial
George Green

George Green

Shipbuilder and philanthropist. Founder of a shipyard in Blackwall, which was subsequently taken over by his three sons, Frederick, Henry and Richard. George endowed several schools in Poplar.

Person, Education, Engineering, Philanthropy

2 memorials
Thames Tunnel Boiler House

Thames Tunnel Boiler House

Built to provide steam for the pumping engines needed to keep the Thames Tunnel dry during its construction.

Building, Engineering

1 memorial
Thomas Telford

Thomas Telford

Stonemason, architect and civil engineer. Born Eskdale, Dumfriesshire. Aged 12 left school to work for a local stonemason. Aged 25 rode on horseback to London. Built roads, bridges and canals. Neve...

Person, Architecture, Engineering, Scotland

2 memorials
World's first cash machine

World's first cash machine

In spite of the plaque's claim, there is evidence of a cash dispensing machine being used in Tokyo in 1966. The invention of the British version has been credited to John Shepherd-Barron of the pri...

Event, Commerce, Engineering

2 memorials