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LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
RAILROAD
Louisville, Ky.
Office Building Extension

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..Satisfaction..Efficiency
and Economy

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United Engineers & Constructors. Inc.
combining
Dwight P. Robinson & Co., Inc.
Day & Zimmermann Engineering & Construction Co.
The U.G.I. Contracting Co.
Public Service Production Co.
United Engineers & Constructors (Canada) Ltd.
Dwight P. Robinson & Company of Argentina, Inc.
Dwight P. Robinson & Company of Brazil, Inc.

Design and Construct
INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
STEAM POWER STATIONS
HYDRO-ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENTS
RAILROAD WORK
GAS PLANTS

Build
APARTMENTS
HOTELS
OFFICE & MONUMENTAL BUILDINGS
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"I DESIRE to take this opportunity to express to you the satisfaction we have received from the manner in which this important piece of construction was handled by your people, and the efficient manner in which the building was constructed, and particularly the saving below the estimates which you have been able to accomplish."

Built under the direction and from the plans of the engineering department of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, William H. Courtenay, Chief Engineer and J.C. Haly, Architect.

UNITED ENGINEERS & CONSTRUCTORS
INCORPORATED
DWIGHT P. ROBINSON, PRESIDENT

PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK NEWARK CHICAGO LOS ANGELES MONTREAL BUENOS AIRES RIO DE JANEIRO

MAXIMUM RETURN TO CLIENTS PER DOLLAR INVESTED

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