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Maurice Bryham Mawson

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Maurice Bryham Mawson (1875- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Chief Civil Engineer to United Engineers, Ltd., Singapore; b. 1875. Ed. Marlborough College; Folkestone Technical College. Articled to the late James Mansergh, F.R.S., President, Institution of Civil Engineers and engaged on the Birmingham Welsh Water Supply. Resident Engineer on Birmingham, Tynemouth, Sandringham and Stockport Water Schemes; Agent and Engineer for Airds. Ltd., Sandringham and Singapore Waterworks, Anderson Bridge, Tanjong Pagar Dock Works; Consulting Civil Engineer in Singapore and British North Borneo Chief Civil Engineer to United Engineers,. Ltd.; Temporary Officer, Royal Engineers, Mesopotamia, in charge of construction of Basrah slipways, Cofferdam and Wharves, and of Bagdad Maude and other bridges. Chief Works: Designed and constructed Jesselton and Sandakan Water Supplies; Jesselton Reclamation, quay, piers and wharves; and numerous reinforced concrete buildings and wharves in the Straits Settlements. Clubs: Thatched House; Sports. War Services.—Royal Engineers, 1916-19, Mesopotamia.

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