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Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers

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of Russell Square, W.C.l.

1897 The Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers was founded; the first president was John Grundy Junior (elected in 1898).

1899 Walter Jones became president

1906-7 William Nelson Haden was president

1909 the Illuminating Engineering Society was founded.

1909 Walter Yates was president

1910 Charles Ingham Haden became president

1911 Oliver Matthews Row was president

1912 Charles Roland Honiball was president

1915 Herbert Hamilton Grundy became president

1916 Sam Naylor became president

1918 Edgar Herring was president

1920 Walter William Nobbs was president

1921 Frank Biggin was president

1922 A. H. Barker was president

1926 Oswald Stott was president

1927 J. L. Musgrave was president

1929 John Roger Preston was president

1931 Sam Fox was president

1934 Comyn Ching was president

1937 Charles Richard Allensby became president

1938 George Nelson Haden was president

1939 R. G. Crittall was president

1944 Oscar Faber became president

1976 Amalgamated with the Illuminating Engineering Society; with a Royal Charter, the combined body became the Chartered Institution of Building Services.

1985 The title was changed to the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers.

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Sources of Information

  • [1] Quest for Comfort
  • [2] CIBSE