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educator , civil engineer

Geoffrey Charles Mays, British civil engineer, educator. Chartered engineer. Chairman Faringdon Round Table, 1987; Fellow: Institute Civil Engineers (Safety in Construction medal 1999); member: Institute Structural Engineers (Murray Buxton diploma 1991).

Background

Mays, Geoffrey Charles was born on August 17, 1949 in Ilford, England. Son of Charles Henry Thomas and Doris Joan Mays.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Bristol University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Dundee University, 1985.

Career

Design engineer Freeman Fox and Partners, Bristol, England, 1972—1974, site engineer, 1975—1977. Lecturer Dundee University, Scotland, 1977—1984. Senior lecturer Cranfield University, Shrivenham, England, 1984—1994, professor, since 1995, head school, 2008—2009.

Deputy principal Defense College Management and Technology, Defense Academy United Kingdom, England, 1999—2008. Associate director Wolfson Bridge Research Unit, Dundee, Scotland, 1979—1984. Visiting lecturer University Mauritius, 1981.

Visiting professor Virginia Military Institute, 1996. Dean of faculty Cranfield University, 1997—1999.

Achievements

  • Chartered engineer.

Works

Membership

Chairman Faringdon Round Table, 1987. Fellow: Institute Civil Engineers (Safety in Construction medal 1999). Member: Institute Structural Engineers (Murray Buxton diploma 1991).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Walking, squash.

Connections

Married Patricia Ann Pilcher. Children: Keith, Ian, Lucy.

father:
Charles Henry Thomas

mother:
Doris Joan Mays

spouse:
Patricia Ann Pilcher

child:
Ian Mays

child:
Keith Mays

child:
Lucy Mays