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Baker and Hurtzig

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Consulting engineers of Westminster, London.

1898 on the death of Sir John Fowler, the firm of Fowler and Baker became Baker & Hurtzig

On the death of Sir Benjamin Baker, Arthur Cameron Hurtzig, Mr Hurtzig became the head of the firm. He completed Sir Benjamin Baker's work for the Egyptian Government in respect of the raising of the Assuan Dam and the building of the Isna Barrage.

1908 Provided the steelwork for the two centre spans of the Liao River railway bridge, Manchuria, for riveting up on site.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Engineering, 21 Jan 1910