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Carroll Andrew Farwell

Carroll Andrew Farwell, American civil engineer. Member American Institute Consulting Engineers (former president), American Society of Civil Engineers (past president Northeastern Section), Boston Society Civil Engineers (past president), Society Colonial Wars.

Background

  • Farwell, Carroll Andrew was born on September 13, 1883 in Bolton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph W. and Helen E. (Packard) Farwell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1906.

    Career

    • G. Bartlett), Caroline Lincoln (Mistress Richard Hosmer), Mary Virginia (Mistress John C. Waller). With several organizations on design, inspection and supervision of engineering structures, 1906-1922. Partner of engineering firm Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, design of substructures and supervision of construction of heavy structures, 1922-1966.

      Now member board directors and consultant Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc. Supervised construction various projects including: Rouses Point Bridge for Lake Champlain Bridge Commission, 1935-1937. Construction of Cape Cod Canal Highway bridges, 1934-1935.

      Design of engineering features of Army bases, Newfoundland, Greenland and Northern Canada for United States War Department, 1941-1944, various municipal airports in Massachusetts, Vermont and N.H. since 1947. Army bases in Alaska for War Department since 1946, and miscellaneous other projects.

    Membership

    Member American Institute Consulting Engineers (former president), American Society of Civil Engineers (past president Northeastern Section), Boston Society Civil Engineers (past president), Society Colonial Wars.

    Connections

    • Married to Alice R. Sargent, 1912 (deceased in 1964). Children: Helen Sargent (Mistress.
    • father: Joseph W. Farwell
    • mother: Helen E. (Packard) Farwell
    • spouse: to Alice R. Sargent
    • child: Helen Sargent (Mrs Farwell
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    Born September 13, 1883
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