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Obituary. Mr. A. Henderson

Mr. Archibald Henderson, M.I.C.E., of Cults, Aberdeenshire, who was elected to Membership of the Institution in 1942, died in a nursing home on the 6th April, 1947. Mr. Henderson had wide experience and was responsible for the design of a large ore storage pier in Spain and several harbour works in this country. Later he became resident engineer on the construction of harbour developments in Brazil costing £6,000,000. One of his largest war-time jobs as a consulting engineer was the reconstruction of Princes Pier, Greenock.