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Holloway Brothers (London)

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November 1936.

of Victoria Wharf, 19 and 21 Belvedere Road, Westminster Bridge, London, SE

1882 Company established by Thomas Holloway and Henry Holloway at Victoria Works, Queen's Road, Battersea.

1900 Moved to Victoria Wharf.

Were the first builders in London to adopt electric power for machinery in workshops

1914 Builders and contractors. Employees 2,000 to 3,000. [1]

c.1937 Contractors for Chelsea Bridge, London

1939 Contractors for Wandsworth Bridge, London

1960 Merged with White Allom to form Holloway White Allom

1964 Acquired by John Laing and Son.

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