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Joseph Fawkner Butler

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Joseph Fawkner Butler (1879- )

1922 A.C.G.I.,. Assoc.M.Inst.O.E M.C.I., Reinforced Concrete Construction Engineer, British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Co., Ltd., r, Dickinson Street, Manchester. T. A.: "Brenforce, Manchester." T. N.: Manchester, City 843o. b. 1879. Ed. at South African College School, Cape Town, and High School, Dublin. Professional Training at Central Technical College, City and Guilds of London Institute (John Samuel Scholar). Professional Career: Engaged with Manchester Ship Canal Co. (Engineer's Office); S. Pearson and Son, Salina Cruz, Mexico; Dorman, Long and Co., Middlesbrough; Charles Heathcote and Sons, Architects, Manchester; and British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Co., Ltd., Manchester. Managing Director of British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Co., Ltd. Chief Works: Engaged in all classes of reinforced concrete construction and prominently connected with the introduction and development of reinforced concrete in road construction.

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