Harry Edward Jones

Harry Edward Jones was a British civil engineer. Jones was born in Chester in 1843. He served as president of the Institution of Civil Engineers from November 1917 to November 1918. In this capacity, he proposed that senior, experienced civil engineers should be brought in at early stages of discussion regarding high value government engineering projects and that their involvement should extend beyond their usual technical role to that of finance and management. David Lloyd George, then prime minister, agreed to consider this but no further action was taken. Jones died in 1925. ... more on Wikipedia

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