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Hayward Brothers (of Union Street)

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1868.
1868.
1868.
Drain cover in London.
1868.
1882.
Fire escape in The Ministry of Finance, Sudan pre-1930.
Fire escape in The Ministry of Finance, Sudan pre-1930.
Fire escape in The Ministry of Finance, Sudan pre-1930.

of 187 - 193 Union Street, Borough, London.

1783 Company founded.

1881 Successfully defended a patent on pavement lights granted to Edward Lambert Hayward. William Hayward was also involved in the company at that time.[1].

1896 Private company.

See Hayward Brothers and Eckstein

See Haywards

c1930 Staircase installed in the Ministry of Finance Building, Sudan built by the British Government at the time.

1937 Engineers and building specialists. "Creti-o-Lux" Glazed Ferro-Concrete Constructions. "Reform" Roof Glazing and Lanterns. "Steelock" Fire-resisting Staircases.

1961 Light constructional engineers, manufacturing metal windows, patent glazing, roof lights, fire escape staircases and balustrading, and steel doors. 250 employees.



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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1881