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Mark Henry Randall

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Mark Henry Randall (1882- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., F.R.C.I., Civil and Irrigation Engineer, Salisbury, Rhodesia; b. 1882. Ed. Private and University College, London. Articled, J. P. Maginess, M.Inst. C.E., London, S.W., 1898-1900. Assistant Engineer, Cape Colony Public Works Department, 19c2-4; Assistant Engineer, Lobito Bay Railway, 1905-6; Assistant Engineer, Simonstown Docks, 1go6; Union Irrigation Department, 190 6-12; Chief Irrigation Engineer, Land Settlement Department, Southern Rhodesia, 1912-8; Resident Engineer for Sir Douglas Fox and Partners, Mazoe Dam, 1918-20; Resident Engineer, Mazoe Irrigation Scheme, 1920 and current. Chief Works: Various dams and irrigation schemes in the Union and Rhodesia; the survey, projection, construction and administration of the Mazoe Dam and Irrigation Scheme (L15o,000).

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