Kinipple and Morris
Civil engineers of London and Greenock
Mr. Kinipple and Mr Morris surveyed and prepared drawings and specifications for about 100 miles of railway in Newfoundland and reported on water-supply and sewage-disposal. Mr. Kinipple’s advice was also sought by Governments and Harbour Authorities in other colonies.
1884 Messrs. Kinipple and Morris submitted to the trustees of the Bridge House Estates a design for a low-level bridge across The Thames; the design had 3 spans, with the central opening one being 250ft. long.
1891 Mr. William Jaffrey, who had for a number of years been Chief Assistant to Mr. Kinipple, became a partner and was associated with him (presumably as Kinipple and Jaffrey) in the execution of all works until Mr. Kinipple’s retirement on considerations of health in 1896.