Person    | Male  Born 7/9/1808  Died 22/5/1900

William Lindley

Categories: Engineering

Countries: Germany

Civil engineer. Born at 1 Surrey Square, Old Kent Road. In his youth, he worked with Marc Isambard Brunel and Francis Giles. In Germany he became involved in the development of railways. With his sons, particularly William Heerlein Lindley he designed water and sewerage systems for over thirty cities across Europe. Died at his home 74 Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheath.

 

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William Lindley

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William and Sir William Heerlein Lindley

William Lindley 1808 - 1900, Sir William Heerlein Lindley 1853 - 1917, civil ...

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American Society of Civil Engineers

American Society of Civil Engineers

Founded to represent members of the civil engineering profession worldwide. Based in Reston, Virginia, it is probably the oldest national engineering society in the United States.

Group, Engineering

1 memorial
W. Willox, MICE

W. Willox, MICE

Engineer with the Metropolitan Railway Company.

Person, Engineering

1 memorial
L. G. Mouchel & Partners Ltd

L. G. Mouchel & Partners Ltd

Andrew Behan found this company, still existing  in 1961. It was an engineering company formed in 1897 by a Louis Gustave Mouchel and incorporated as a limited company in 1908. It specialised in th...

Group, Engineering

1 memorial
James Brown

James Brown

Contractors' engineer on the construction of the Rotherhithe Tunnel in 1908.

Person, Engineering

2 memorials
Sir Maurice Fitzmaurice

Sir Maurice Fitzmaurice

Civil engineer. Born at Clogher, near Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland. He worked on a wide range of projects around the world including the Forth Bridge, the Aswam Dam and the aborted Chignecto Ship ...

Person, Engineering, Canada, Egypt, Ireland, Scotland

7 memorials