Party affiliation: Republican
1 son, George Bogart, Private engineering practice 1884-1888. Bridge engineering Erie R.R., 1888-1890. Chief engineer Passaic Steel Company, 1890-1902, manager of sales, 1902-1905.
Structural engineer, Bethlehem Steel Company, 1906-1908, manager structural steel department, 1908-1927, vice president since 1927. President Bethlehem Steel Bridge Corporation, 1916-1923. President McClintic-Marshall Corporation, 1931-1935.
Director Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem Steel Company, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Bethlehem Steel Export Corporation Actively identified with construction of many important bridges and buildings, among which are Delaware River Bridge (Philadelphia), Peace Bridge, Niagara River (Buffalo, New York), Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco), Merchandise Mart (Chicago), Chase National Building (New York), Field Museum (Chicago). Expert in devising and developing improvements in manufacturer and uses of structural steel, the most important of which are broad flange structural steel sections, introduced by Bethlehem Steel Company in 1908, and which are in general use in steel construction. Life trustee Rutgers University.
Born April 19, 1865