Person    | Male  Born 8/8/1927  Died 16/8/1993

Peter Frank Stott

Civil engineer. Eight years working in Australia. Director of Highways and Transportation at the GLC 1964-67. President of the Institute of Civil Engineers in 1990. Died Devon.

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Peter Frank Stott

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James Walker

{On the front of the plinth:} James Walker, 1781 - 1862 Engineer Greenland Do...

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Marylebone Flyover

Marylebone Flyover Opened by Mr Desmond Plummer TD, JP, leader of the Greater...

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Royal Arsenal Brass Foundry

Royal Arsenal Brass Foundry

It was built when it was found that there were low stocks of artillery - but also in response to a fatal explosion in a private contractor's London foundry. In addition to its obvious casting funct...

Building, Armed Forces, Engineering

2 memorials
Herbert Gifford Harvey

Herbert Gifford Harvey

Junior Assistant 2nd Engineer on the RMS Titanic. A full résumé of his life can be found on the Encyclopedia Titanica website.  He is also commemorated on the Engineers Memorial, Andrews East Park...

Person, Armed Forces, Engineering, Tragedy, Ireland

1 memorial
Frederick Simms

Frederick Simms

Mechanical engineer and businessman. Born Hamburg, where his grandfather, from Birmingham, had established a business. Educated Germany and London. Inventor and motor industry pioneer. Coined the w...

Person, Engineering, Germany

1 memorial
William Rankine

William Rankine

Born Edinburgh. Physicist. Worked in thermodynamics. Never married but was musical and wrote humorous songs. Died Glasgow.

Person, Engineering, Scotland

2 memorials
Sir Ove N. Arup

Sir Ove N. Arup

Born Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, son of the Danish Consul and was educated in Germany and later Denmark. Civil engineer who collaborated with many modern architects on projects such as the Sydney Opera ...

Person, Architecture, Engineering, Denmark, Germany

1 memorial