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Gibberd

Sir Frederick. 1908--84, British architect and town planner. His buildings include the Liverpool Roman Catholic cathedral (1960--67) and the Regent's Park Mosque in London (1977). Harlow in the U.K. and Santa Teresa in Venezuela were built to his plans
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The building is associated with the renowned architect, Sir Frederick Gibberd and is a good example of an Art Decoinspired 1930s detached house.
Guest speakers include architects Sir Frederick Gibberd and Sir Frank Baines.
An Australian study found that communication errors were the leading underlying cause of adverse events, associated with twice as many deaths as clinical inadequacy (Wilson, Runiciman, Gibberd, Harrison, & Hamilton, 1995).
The late architect Frederick Gibberd designed it to accommodate 1.
Wilson RM, Harrison BT, Gibberd RW et al 1995 The quality in Australian health care study Medical Journal of Australia 163 (9) 458-471
Lechner-Scott J, Kappos L, Hofman M, Polman CH, Ronner H, Montalban X, Tintore M, Frontoni M, Buttinelli C, Amato MP, Bartolozzi ML, Versavel M, Dahlke F, Kapp JF, Gibberd R.
Discovery Park; and Kier North East, DEFRA, Frank Shaw, AECOM, Appleyards, Haden Young and Frederick Gibberd for Project ZEBRA@Lion House, Alnwick.
The result is economic, invisible, reliable energy generation," said George Gibberd, engineering director of Tidal Generation.
He doesn't depend upon just the famous 'stars' but on many workaday cartoonists like Staniforth in Edwardian England's News of the World; Percy Fearon (Poy) in the Daily Mail during the 1920s and 1930s; Joseph Lee from the Evening News in the 1950s and 1960s; and Gibberd in the Guardian in the 1970s and 1980s.
Jan Morris in Wales: Epic Views of a Small Country writes, "Their brochure [Liverpool Corporation] describing the project did not mention that it was in Wales at all, and the name of not a single Welshman appeared upon it: the water engineer was from Liverpool, the consulting engineers were from London, the landscape consultant was Frederick Gibberd, CBE, the contractors were from Wolverhampton and the fishery adviser from Aberdeen.
The impressive edifice, designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd, was completed in 1978 and beneath its prominent golden dome is a main hall which can hold almost 2,000 worshippers.