Harold Maclean Lewis Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Williams College, 1909. C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1912.
Assistant engineer on design and construction water supply and sewerage systems in offices George W. Fuller and James C. Harding (New York City), Emschergenossenschaft (Essen, Germany), and Frank L. Wilcox (St. Louis), 1912-1915. Assistant engineer Charles W. Leavitt, New York City, also resident engineer Chas. M. Schwab estate, Loretto, Pennsylvania, 1915-1917.
Resident engineer Charles W. Leavitt, on estate in Birmingham, Alabama, 1919-1920. Executive engineer Committee on Regional Plan of New York and its environs, 1921-1932. Chief engineer and planning officer Regional Plan assosiation, New York City, 1932-1942, secretary 1938-1940.
Consultant National Resources Planning Board and its predecessors, 1935-1939. Construction engineering Office of President, Borough of Manhattan, New York City, 1942-1945. Consultant on rezoning District of Columbia, 1954-1956.
General practice as construction engineering and city planner to municipalities on preparation of comprehensive plans, zoning and rezoning, since 1929. Lecturer Columbia University, 1938. Member of faculty, graduate division of training in public service New York University, 1939-1941.
Lecturer Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1949. Special lecturer various other universities. Trustee of Engineering Index.
Served as Second lieutenant to captain Engineers Corps. Army of the United States, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1919. Licensed professional engineer, New York, New Jersey and Delaware.
Member American Society of Civil Engineers (director 1939-1941), American Institute Planners (president 1944-1946, distinguished service award 1957), American Institute Cons. Engineers (vice president 1960-1961), Municipal Engineers of City of New York, American Planning and Civic Association (director 1954-1963), American Society Planning Officials, Rensselaer Society Engineers, American Legion, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Delta Theta. Club: Williams.
Married Harriett M. Goodin, November 5, 1919. Children: Oliver Nelson, Russell MacLean.