Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Civil engineer, of Dublin. Eugene Adolphe Logier was born on 25 May 1862 and received his schooling at Adelaide Hall School, Dublin. He entered the office of WILLIAM STIRLING  WILLIAM STIRLING as a pupil in 1881, but was obliged to interrupt his training in 1882 and to earn his living as a draughtsman until 1889, when he resumed his pupilage for a further two years under JOHN R. KERR JOHN R. KERR , engineer to the Cork, Bandon & South Coast Railway. In 1892 he was appointed temporary Surveyor and Draughtsman in the office of Valuation and Boundary Survey of Ireland, a post which he held until 1894. He subsequently practised privately as a land and building surveyor, assisting HENRY SHILLINGTON HENRY SHILLINGTON , town surveyor of Lurgan, and ALFRED DICKINSON PRICE ALFRED DICKINSON PRICE , town surveyor of Bray. He specialized in sanitary construction. He may have died circa 1906 as he does not appear in Thom's Directory for 1907, when he was erased from the roll of the Insitution of Civil Engineers.

ICEI: elected associate, 1895.(1)
Inst.CE: elected associate member 1 March 1898; erased from roll, 1907.

Addresses: Crawfordsburn Road, Bangor, Co. Down, 1898; 24 Westland Row, Dublin, 1898->=1900; 23 Suffolk Street Dublin, 1905.
Home: 15 Clarinda Park East, Dun Laoghaire, 1894;(2) Somerville, Howth, Co. Dublin, 1897; San Marino, Seafield Avenue, Clontarf, 1900.



All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from the records of the Institution of Civil Engineers, London, courtesy of Mrs Carol Morgan, Archivist, and Thom's directories.

(1) ICEI membership applications, III, 35.
(2) See note 1, above.

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Date: 1899
Nature: -
Refs: IB 41, 1 Nov 1899, 171