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Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon

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Sir Alexander Binnie formed a civil engineering business under his own name.

Later admitted his son, William J. Binnie

1909 Sir A. R. Binnie and Son merged with another engineering consultancy to become Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon

1924 Address was 30, Buckingham-gate, Victoria-street, Westminster, SW.I. They took into partnership Mr Harold John Frederick Gourley who had been intimately associated with the firm for many years.[1] becoming Binnie, Deacon and Gourley

Later the firm became Binnie and Partners

From the 1990s it has been part of the multi-national Black and Veatch consultancy.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1924/04/18