Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Cornell University, 1911.
Designer paper mills, George Hardy Company
designer cement mills, Atlas Portland Cement Company
in charge railroad and bridge construction, M. A. Talbott Company
designer Jersey City terminal, Center R.R. New Jersey
district engineer industrial concrete structures, Corrugated Bar Company
chief engineer, manager sales, Kalman Steel Company
New York manager reinforced concrete products, Bethlehem Steel Company
contract engineer, United States Steel Corporation
construction engineering building structures and codes, also research cold formed structural steel, American Iron and Steel Institute, from 1938. Member President's Committee Fire Protection. Member commission to prepare foundations regulations for New York City.
Charge design war structures for British Commission in the United States, World World War World War II.
Member National Research Council (building research advisory board, other committees), American Society Testing Materials (various committees), National Fire Protection Association (various committees), Building Officials Conference American, Pacific Coast Building Officials Conference, Southern Building Congress, United States Chamber of Commerce.
Married Hester V. DeBevoise, June 2, 1917.