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James F. Reade

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James F. Reade

1922 A.R.C.S. (Ireland), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.C.E.I., Civil and Mechanical Engineer, 29, Barronstrand Street, Waterford. Training: In works of Reade and Sons for five years; three years' Engineering Course in Royal College of Science, Ireland; obtained Diploma in Engineering. Assistant Engineer in Chief Hydraulic Engineer's Office, Dublin, on arterial drainage works; Assistant Engineer, West Ham Corporation, on main drainage works in West Ham, E.; Assistant Engineer with various consulting engineers in London on sewerage, waterworks, dock and harbour works, pumping stations, etc. Private practice in London and Ireland since 1898. Chief Works: Athy waterworks, Carrick-on-Suir waterworks, Tramore sea wall and promenade, miscellaneous works of water supply, drainage, river improvements, etc. Lecturer on Engineering, Borough Polytechnic; Resident Engineer on Electricity Works Extension, Bedford; Deputy City Engineer, Norwich. Papers read before engineering societies. War Services.—Assistant Engineer, Ministry of Food, London.

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