George Humphreys

Sir George William Humphreys KBE was a British civil engineer. Humphreys was born in London in 1863. He became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers on 7 March 1908. He became a member of the council of that institution on November 1917 and served as vice-president from November 1927. Humphreys was elected president of the ICE for the November 1930 to November 1931 session. After his term he returned to the council as a past-president and remained in that position until October 1937. In 1927 he was appointed a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. Humphreys held a commission as an officer in the Territorial Army's Engineer and Railway Staff Corps, an unpaid unit ... more on Wikipedia

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