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A. V. Cole

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A. V. Cole (1889- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.M. and Cy.E., Municipal Engineer, 34, Clarendon Road, Watford, Herts; b. 1889. Ed. Magdalene College School, Brackley; Thanet College, Margate. Articled pupil to O. Claude Robson, M.Inst.C.E., Engineer to the Willesden District Council. 1909-12 —Assistant Resident Engineer on Brent Drainage 9 Scheme for Willesden District Council. 1912-14— Engineering Assistant to Borough Engineer, Nelson, Lancs. May to November, 1919—Engineering and Town Planning Assistant to Engineer of the Willesden District Council. November, 1919—First Engineering Assistant to Borough Engineer, Dudley, Worcester. Chief Works: Design and construction of masonry and brick, Skew Arch Bridge, Nelson; widening of main road bridge over L.N.W.R., Willesden; construction of 3 miles of 6 ft. x 4 ft. sewer in tunnel, Willesden. Contributions to " The Surveyor " and Journal of the Institution of Municipal and County Engineers. War Services.-1914-17-2nd London Sanitary Coy., 2, years' service in France. 1917-19—Commissioned service in the Royal Engineers, 1Isyear's service in Italy and France. Rank: Lieutenant.

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