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David Rowell and Co

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London 1891
February 1908.
1922 David Rowell Suspension bridge across the River Wye between Hole-in-the-Wall and Foy
1923 Queens Park Bridge over the River Dee in Chester, 2016

of 14 Howick Place, London, SW1 (1926).

1855 Company established.

1914 Government Contractors, Engineers and Patentees. Specialities: iron wire and other fencing, iron roofs, iron buildings, horticultural buildings, wire rope suspension bridges, iron bridges etc. [1]

1926 William Thomas Moore - Managing Director of the company, dies.[2]

1937 Constructional and ventilating engineers. "Barrol" Ventilators. "Dupor" Systems of Ventilation and Square Mesh Fencing. "Rowic" Steel Fencing with Reinforced Concrete Posts. [3]

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