Billy Cook "He was clerk of works
at the Duke of Buccleuch's estate after he came out of the RAF.
About five years ago while employed as clerk of works
for Stockton Council, I was approached by a tenant asking if her second bedroom window could be altered.
VICTORIAN VALUE Northumberland Estates clerk of works
Graham Caygill in the old Alnwick hydro plant which will be restored after 60 years out of use.
The Clerk of Works
Course is just under 2 years in length and comprises 4 months of science and math, 18 months of engineering design, and a 6-week attachment to industry.
The clerk of works
for a major pounds 3m renewal scheme on the A55 in North Wales was killed last August when he inexplicably stepped through cones into a live lane of traffic and was hit by a car.
Her colleague Bob Baker, is a licenciate of the Institute of Clerk of Works
Bob Matthews, clerk of works
at Durham Cathedral, said: "It is somewhat unusual for a young woman to take up a trade such as stonemasonry but Bev's willingness to step into a male-dominated trade speaks volumes for her."
They moved to Huddersfield in the 1960s, when Mr Parkin became clerk of works
in the highways department of the former Huddersfield Borough Council.
Gray said of his working relationship with Duda: "I did some clerk of works
for him when he built a development in Dumbarton Road when I was operating as an independent private clerk of works
This overlooked his grave in Windmill Road.His last job for the council was as clerk of works
for the ambulance station that stood at the end of Foleshill Road.
And he became clerk of works
for the building of a new dairy for Reece's - part of the Lewis's group of companies - which was built behind the Adelphi Hotel.