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Mouchel and Partners

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1904. Concrete Bridge, Knowlmere Manor.
1926. New Reinforced Concrete Bridge Over The Thames at Caversham.

L. G. Mouchel and Partners of 38 Victoria Street, London, SW, consulting engineers.

Louis Gustave Mouchel - Engineer.

1897 Company established by Louis Gustave Mouchel

c.1905 Introduced the Hennebique system of ferroconcrete construction in the UK.

1908 Incorporated as a limited company.

1914 Civil engineers. Specialities: Hennebique ferro-concrete structures. [1]

c.1929 The business was broadened to act as Builders and Contractors, and in any part of the world[2]

1968 Partnership between Mouchel Associates Limited,Harold Coates, Wilfred Henry Booker, Leslie Dobson and Charles William Edward Babbage, carrying on business as Consulting Civil Engineers, at West Hall, Parvis Road, West Byfleet in the County of Surrey, under the style or firm of L. G. MOUCHEL & PARTNERS, was dissolved so far as concerns Leslie Dobson who retires from the said firm.[3]

1982 L. G. Mouchel and Partners incorporated as a company

By 1989 was part of Mouchel Holdings

1994 Part of Mouchel Associates Ltd

2015 Acquired by Kier Group

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Sources of Information

  1. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  2. London Gazette 21 May 1929
  3. London Gazette 17 Jan 1969