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C. S. Meik and Buchanan

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Post WWI: George Buchanan (1865-1940) entered into partnership with Charles Scott Meik in C. S. Meik and Buchanan and was appointed consulting engineer for the Back Bay reclamation scheme at Bombay; unfortunately his estimates proved faulty and his plans miscarried.

1923 April: of 16, Victoria-street, Westminster, London, SW1. They took into partnership Mr W. T. Halcrow who joined the late firm of Thomas Meik and Sons as a pupil in 1900. The firm continued to be known as C. S. Meik and Buchanan.[1]. Later that year C. S. Meik and Halcrow was established.

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  1. The Engineer 1923/04/13