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Patrick Harnett McCarthy

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Patrick Harnett McCarthy (1868- )

1922 M.A., B.A.I., P.-Pres. Inst.C.E.I., F.R.San.I., Cons. Engr. and Surveyor, Bray U.D.C.; b. 1868; s. of Patrick McCarthy. Ed. Trinity College, Dublin. Training: Eng. School, T.C.D. Engineering Work: Sewerage and Sewage Disposal at Howth, Terenure, Foxrock, Stillorgan 21'2' and District, Dundrum and District, Dodder Valley Outfall Sewer, Tillystown, Mullingar and Kilkee, Malahide and Rathfreland Waterworks, Queenstown Waterworks Extensions and Improvements, and numerous Extensions to many Sewage and Water Works throughout the Country. Publ.: " Maximum Flow of Water on Sewers," " Howth Sewerage," read before Inst. of Civil Engrs. of Ireland; Presidential Address to Inst. of Civil Engrs. of Ireland. Address: 39, Westmoreland Street, Dublin.

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