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Martin Roberts

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Martin Roberts

1922 M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E.,. F.C.S., Consulting Engineer, 137, Victoria Street, London, S.W. T. A.: "Napoleonic, London." T. N.: 121 Victoria. Ed. King's College, London, where he took Clothworkers Company's Prize for Engineering. Member of Engineering Standards Committee and of Physical Standards Committee. Formerly Assistant Engineer-in-Chief Post Office. Designed Post Office factories, Post Office power stations, engineering work for Post Office London telephone system; an authority on telegraph and telephone engineering and the design of electrical power stations. Publications: Contributions to Journals of Institution of Civil Engineers and Institution of Electrical Engineers.

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