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Jack Duvivier

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1901 Jack Phillip Duvivier was born

1918-21 Attended the City and Guilds College, South Kensington

1921 Student member of Inst C. E.

1922-28 Assistant to Colonel David Lyell C.M.G., M Inst C E, working for Pauling and Co, Shell Co of Africa, Smith, Mackenzie and Co

1928 Became an Associate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers; he was assistant engineer to Pauling and Co on the Kilindini Harbour extension contract (Mombasa).

WWII Member of the K. C. D. Group

1981 Died in Surrey[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  • Civil engineer records