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Ahm, Povl Borge (1926–2005), civil and structural engineer, was born in Aarhus, Denmark, on 26 September 1926. He was educated at the Polyteknisk Laereanstalt in Copenhagen, graduating in 1949. He came to England in 1952 to join the consulting engineers Ove Arup & Partners...

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Bage, Charles Woolley (1751–1822), structural engineer, was probably born in Derby, the eldest of the three sons of Robert Bage (1728?–1801), proprietor of a paper manufactory and later a novelist, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Woolley. Charles was living in Shrewsbury by 1776 and in the 1780s set up as a wine merchant on ...

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Freeman, Sir Ralph (1911–1998), civil engineer, was born on 3 February 1911 at Graden, Hendon Avenue, Church End, Finchley, Middlesex, the eldest son among the three sons and one daughter of Sir Ralph Freeman (1880–1950), civil engineer, later senior partner in the firm of ...

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Harris, Sir Alan James (1916–2000), civil and structural engineer, was born on 8 July 1916 at 15 Lincoln Avenue, Plymouth, the elder son and eldest of three children of Walter Herbert Harris, an electrical engineer's draughtsman at HM Dockyard, Plymouth, and his wife, ...

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Hodgkinson, Eaton (1789–1861), structural engineer, was born on 26 February 1789 at Anderton, near Northwich, Cheshire, the son of James Hodgkinson (1756–1794), a farmer, and his wife, Mary (1767–1835). He had two sisters. Originally intended for the church, he was enrolled at John Dean's Grammar School...

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Newby, Frank (1926–2001), structural engineer, was born at Knoll Cottages, Tankersley, Barnsley, Yorkshire, on 26 March 1926, the son of Charles Henry Newby, a chemical engineer, who was an assistant manager of coke ovens, and his wife, Lucy, née Hague. He was educated at ...

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Rice, Peter Ronan (1935–1992), structural engineer, was born on 16 June 1935 at 26 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin, the son of James Patrick Rice of Dundalk, chief education officer for co. Louth, and his wife, Maureen, née Quinn. He was educated at the ...

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Sandberg, Alexander Christer Edward [Alec] (1923–2008), civil and structural engineer, was born on 31 July 1923 at 3 Cadogan Place, Chelsea, London, the son of Oscar Fridolf Alexander Sandberg (1878/9–1940), civil engineer, and his wife, Audrey Maude Edward, née Furber (1899–1980). He was born into a Swedish rail engineering dynasty that was established in the 1860s after his grandfather, ...