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Charles Edward Bremner (1855- )
1922 M.Inst.C.E., M.Soc.C.E.(N.Z.), M.L.Govt.C.E.(N.Z.), County Engr., Geraldine County, South Canterbury, N.Z.; b. 1855; s. of W. H. Bremner, Glasgow. Ed. Glasgow Academy, Victoria Coll., Jersey, and Darmstadt, Germany. Training: P.W.O., N.Z. Joined P.W. Dept., N.Z., 1874; Survey and Construction Westland, Wairarapa, Wellington, Canterbury, N.Z., Engineering Works connected with Water Supply; Goldfields; Road and Bridge Surveys, Designing and Construction; River Prospection, Designs, Construction and Irrigation Works and Water Supply; joined P.W.D., 1878. Publ.: "Thesis on Road Construction and Maintenance in N.Z.," published in " Minutes," Inst.C.E., London.