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1955.[1]
1955. Crowd shovel.[2]
December 1961. Finsbury Square underground garage.

Building and Engineering Contractors of Mill Hill, London, NW7.

1848 Company established.

1937 Building and engineering contractors. [3]

1968 Transferred the activities of the H. J. Cash subsidiary to Andrews-Weatherfoil[4]

1971 Decline in interest in use of system building, something which most of the large contractors used for public sector projects such as housing[5]

1974 Joined a consortium with the Societe des Grands Travaux de Petroliers Maritimes to produce a flotation collar for offshore oil platform tender in 1977.[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Oxford Junior Encyclopaedia. Volume VIII. Engineering. Oxford University Press, 1955.
  2. Oxford Junior Encyclopaedia. Volume VIII. Engineering. Oxford University Press, 1955.
  3. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  4. The Times, Oct 04, 1968
  5. The Times, Jan 14, 1971
  6. The Engineer 1974/05/23