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[[image:Im1897Ev64-p789.jpg |thumb| 1897. Foundations of the [[Pont Alexandre III]], Paris.]]
[[image:Im1897Ev64-p789.jpg |thumb| 1897. Foundations of the [[Pont Alexandre III]], Paris.]]


'''Daydé & Pillé''' of Paris and Creil.
'''Daydé & Pillé''' of Creil, France.


Iron and steel constructors, boiler makers.
Iron and steel constructors, boiler makers.
Founded by Henri Daydé.
The company was first called Daydé , then briefly Lebrun, Pillé & Daydé (1880), then Daydé & Pillé (1882), then finally again Daydé (1903). The company merged in 1964 into the Compagnie Française d'Entreprises, now CFEM, and finally integrated into Eiffel constructions métalliques.
See [https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dayd%C3%A9 Wikipedia entry], which includes a list of major structural projects.


1889 Made Lagosse & Bouché water tube boilers used at the Paris Exhibition.<ref>[https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/Special:MemberUsers?file=images/b/bd/Er18890621.pdf] The Engineer, 21 June 1889, p.521</ref>
1889 Made Lagosse & Bouché water tube boilers used at the Paris Exhibition.<ref>[https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/Special:MemberUsers?file=images/b/bd/Er18890621.pdf] The Engineer, 21 June 1889, p.521</ref>

Latest revision as of 21:36, 7 April 2019

1897. Foundations of the Pont Alexandre III, Paris.

Daydé & Pillé of Creil, France.

Iron and steel constructors, boiler makers.

Founded by Henri Daydé.

The company was first called Daydé , then briefly Lebrun, Pillé & Daydé (1880), then Daydé & Pillé (1882), then finally again Daydé (1903). The company merged in 1964 into the Compagnie Française d'Entreprises, now CFEM, and finally integrated into Eiffel constructions métalliques.

See Wikipedia entry, which includes a list of major structural projects.

1889 Made Lagosse & Bouché water tube boilers used at the Paris Exhibition.[1]

Old works photos here.

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] The Engineer, 21 June 1889, p.521