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Walter Ross Reynolds

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Walter Ross Reynolds (1867- )

1922 M.Inst.C.E., Vice-President Tasmanian Branch of the Institution of Engineers of Australia, Civil Engineer (Railway and General), Public Works Department, Tasmania. T. A.: "Hobart, Tasmania." b. December, 1867. Ed. Hutchins' School, Hobart; Associate of Arts, Tasmania. Training: Public Works Department, Tasmania. Passed Licensed Surveyor Examination, Victoria and Tasmania. Has held the position of Engineer locating and construction railways for Public Works for 20 years; Engineer of roads, 3 years; Assistant Engineer-in-Chief, 2 years; Chief Engineer of Works, Public Works, Tasmania, appointed February, 1919. Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, January 12,1915. Chairman of Tender Board and Main Roads Public Works, Tasmania; Government Engineer to certify to expenditure from Government loans by local bodies, Tasmania; Vice-President, Tasmanian Branch of the Institution of Engineers of Australia. Chief Works: Control all survey and construction of railways, roads, bridges, canal and harbour works undertaken by Government from loans money, etc., Tasmania.

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