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The Brenforce Prize Competition, 1933
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As announced in our last issue, the winner of the Brenforce Prize Competition 1933 (awarded through the generosity of the British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Company, Ltd.), is Mr. P. H. Johnson, a graduate of the Institution since 1926. Mr. Johnson, who is now 30, studied at the North Staffordshire Technical College, Stoke-on-Trent. At the end of his fifth year, he obtained a First Class Honours Certificate in mechanical engineering awarded by the City and Guilds Institute. He also obtained Honours Certificates in structural engineering and iron and steel manufacture, as well as the full technological certificate in mechanical engineering. He was apprenticed in general engineering at Robert Heath & Low Moor Limited, Stoke-on- Trent; in 1927, he went to Synthetic Ammonia Nitrates Limited (I.C.I.) in connection with the design and erection of their new factory at Stockton-on-Tees, and since 1929 he has been with the L.M. & S. Railway Company in the Divisional Engineers’ Office at Crewe. We take this opportunity of congratulating Mr. Johnson,on behalf of membersof the Institution, on his most recent success.

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