Top 6 famous ancient civil Engineers of the World

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Top 6 famous ancient civil Engineers of the World

Civil engineers are the creator next to God. They create the way for the betterment of this universe. There are 6(six) civil engineers who did a lot for the whole world. The list of the famous civil engineers are-

  • John Smeaton
  • Benjamin Wright
  • Squire Whipple
  • Isambard Kingdom Brunel
  • Ellen Swallow Richards
  • Dr John Job Crew Bradfield

John Smeaton -(1724 – 1792)

John Smeaton

John Smeaton

John Smeaton is one of the most famous civil engineers and he is called as the Father of Civil Engineering. His works mainly contributed to waterwheels and windmills.

Benjamin Wright – (1770 – 1842)

Benjamin Wright

Benjamin Wright worked for America and is called the Father of American Civil Engineering.

Squire Whipple – (1804 – 1888)

Squire Whipple

Originator and founder of Iron Bridge mr. Squire Whipple is famous all of the world. His design methods are still in use with greater efficiency.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 – 1859)

Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Isambard Kingdom Brunel invented some of the greatest inventions in civil engineering.

Ellen Swallow Richards (1842 – 1911)

Ellen Swallow Richards

Dr John Job Crew Bradfield (1867 – 1943)

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A prominent Australian engineer, John Bradfield oversaw the design and construction of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge which celebrated its 80th anniversary last year.

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