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Marples Ridgway was a British civil engineering company founded in 1948 by engineer Reginald Ridgway and accountant Ernest Marples. Marples later became British Minister of Transport.[1] In 1964, the company was taken over by the Bath and Portland Group. Projects included:

Brunswick Wharf Power Station[2] (1956) Allt na Lairige Dam (1956) Chiswick flyover (1959) Hammersmith flyover (1961) Skelton Grange Power Station Port Esquivel shipping terminal, Jamaica Bromford Viaduct A329(M) motorway M56 motorway M27 motorway

References[edit]

^ "Reginald Ridgway". The Telegraph. 29 March 2002.  ^ Hobhouse, Hermione, ed. (1999) [1994]. "XXI Brunswick Wharf". volumes 43 and 44: Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs, the Parish of All Saints. Survey of London. London: Continuum International Publishing Group. pp. 593–600. ISBN 0-485-48244-4. 

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