John Scott Tucker Unknown - 1882

Nationality:
English; British

1830 - articled to Sir John Rennie for five years. 1833 - elected an Associate of the Institution of Civil Engineers. 1835 - employed as assistant to Messrs. Walker and Burges and surveyed Reculver prior to aquisition by Trinity House. 1836 - exhibted a watercolour at the Society of British Artists. 1839 - worked on the Great Western Railway under Isambard Kingdom Brunel. 1841 - employed as Clerk of Works during the building of the Bermuda docks. 1848 - in charge of naval works at Malta. 1858 - appointed Colonial Engineer of the Cape. 1867 - served under the British Commission for the Paris Exhibition. Elected Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. 1873 - retired from his position as Colonial Engineer following the abolition of the position. 1876 - took up the post of Superintendent of Public Works for the Island of Barbados.