architect and builder

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  • Many of these were designed by other architects and builders who were influenced by Price's work.
  • Generations of architects and builders lived and died while the work was in progress. Cited from Liberalism and the Social Problem, by Winston Spencer Churchill
  • Things that appear of minor importance to a man, the architect and builder no less than her husband, are to her most vital. Cited from Practical Suggestions for Mother, Marion M. Miller
  • His home was designed and built by local architect and builder Charles Lembke.
  • The natural situation of the church is a fine one, which was made the most of by its architects and builders of long ago. Cited from Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 4 (of 10), Pt. 2, by Various
  • None of the names of its architects and builders are known.
  • The hospital was built by local architect and builder Henry Briant, who won the design competition.
  • Like many architects and builders of the time, scant information is available regarding Stone's professional education.
  • Attributes Henry Grow as architect and builder of the structure and provides a brief history.
  • He started as an architect and builder in Nottingham in partnership with his father, and took over the business when his father retired.
  • He began the work and it was completed in 1748 by an unknown architect and builder.
  • His father was an architect and builder, and when he finished his schooling, Lew joined his father in business.
  • Several notable architects and builders are associated with the firm.
  • His position was superior to that of all other architects and builders working in St. Petersburg.
  • It was built and probably designed by Edward Woodfall, a noted local architect and builder.
  • Architects and builders had discovered more efficient ways for walls to distribute and bear a building's weight.
  • A French engineer was the architect and builder of the Lower Fort.
  • John Day was an Irish architect and builder active in the southeast of Ireland in the nineteenth century.
  • He eventually settled in Natchez, Mississippi, where he became a well-respected architect and builder.
  • The architects and builders are men of common sense and of artistic American tastes. Cited from The Fireside Chats of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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