Party affiliation: Democrat
In railway engineering work in the West, 1879-1883. Assistant engineer, water department, Philadelphia, 1883-1886. Member Breithaupt & Allen, consultant engrs., and later superintendent of construction for City of Kansas City, Missoury, 1886-1890.
Engineer in charge topographical survey of Connellsville coke region for H. C. Frick Coke Company, 1890-1893. Assistant engineer in charge public work, Yonkers, 1893-1895. Principal assistant engineer, Baltimore Sewerage Commission, 1895-1899.
Member Hill, Quick & Allen, engrs., Baltimore, 1899-1902. Engineer and superintendent water department, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1902-1906. Div. engineer, Baltimore Sewerage Commission, 1906-1908.
Engineer Metropolitan Sewerage Commission, New York, 1908-1914. Engineer bureau of Sewer Plan, New York, 1915-1916. Engineer sewage disposal, and then sanitary engineer Board Estimate and Apportionment of New York, 1916-1930.
Sanitary engineer Sanitation Commission, New York, since 1930. District engineer United States Housing Corporation, Washington, until armistice. President New York State Sewage Works Association.
Born April 6, 1857