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of Westminster, Engineers.
 
of Westminster, Engineers.
1924 Address was 30, Buckingham-gate, Victoria-street, Westminster, SW1. [[Sir Alexander Binnie and Deacon]] took into partnership Mr [[Harold John Frederick Gourley]] who had been intimately associated with the firm for many years.<ref>The Engineer 1924/04/18</ref> becoming [[Binnie, Deacon and Gourley]]
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1924 Address was 30, Buckingham-gate, Victoria-street, Westminster, SW1. [[Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon]] took into partnership Mr [[Harold John Frederick Gourley]] who had been intimately associated with the firm for many years.<ref>The Engineer 1924/04/18</ref> becoming [[Binnie, Deacon and Gourley]]
  
 
Later the firm became '''Binnie and Partners'''  
 
Later the firm became '''Binnie and Partners'''  

Latest revision as of 12:00, 4 February 2015

1937.
1937.
1940.

of Westminster, Engineers. 1924 Address was 30, Buckingham-gate, Victoria-street, Westminster, SW1. Sir Alexander Binnie, Son and Deacon 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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  1. The Engineer 1924/04/18