ROE, R.B., & SONS
- Born: - Died: -
Quantity surveyors, of Belfast, active in the 1920s and 1930s. R.B. Roe & Sons appear also to have been responsible for the design of the new nurses' home at the County Hospital, Omagh, 1929.(1) The quantity surveyors Roe, Stevenson and Son, of 71 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, who were active in the 1940s may be a later manifestation of the same practice.
Address: 17 Wellington Place, Belfast, <=1929->=1932.(2)
(1) Architect & Building News 122, 1 Nov 1929, 557.
(2) See note 1, above, and Architect & Building News 132, 4 Nov 1932, 152.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for ROE, R.B., & SONS
|Building:||CO. TYRONE, OMAGH, COUNTY HOSPITAL|
|Nature:||Tenders invited for erecting nurses' home to accommodate 21 nurses. To cost £5,600. Plans by Messrs. R.B. Roe & Sons.|
|Refs:||Irish Times, 3 Oct 1929; Architect & Building News 122, 1 Nov 1929, 557.|