Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners

Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners

Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners were a British engineering consultancy based in Reading, Berkshire. The company was acquired by the U.S. based Jacobs Engineering Group in 2001. Amongst its designs was the 1936 Kincardine Bridge across the Firth of Forth, which was Britain's largest road bridge at the time more recent works have included Limehouse Link tunnel, Waterloo International station.

The firm was founded by Scottish engineer, Sir Alexander Gibb in 1922.

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