Émile Nouguier

Civil engineer, Engineer

1840 – 1898

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Who was Émile Nouguier?

Émile Nouguier was a French civil engineer and architect. He is famous for co-designing the Eiffel Tower, built 1887–1889 for the 1889 Universal Exposition in Paris, France, the Garabit viaduct, the highest in the world at the time, near Ruynes-en-Margeride, Cantal, France, and the Faidherbe Bridge over the Sénégal River in Senegal.

In 1861 he attended and graduated the École Polytechnique in Paris, in 1862 he joined the École nationale supérieure des mines de Paris from which he graduated in 1865 with the title of mining construction engineer.

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Born
Feb 17, 1840
Paris
Nationality
  • France
Profession
Education
  • École Polytechnique
    (1861 - 1862)
  • Mines ParisTech
    (1862 - 1865)
Employment
  • Design Office Chief, Ernes Gouin & Cie
    (1867 - 1876)
  • Eiffel & Cie
    (1876 - 1893)
  • Kessler & Cie
    (1893 - 1898)
Lived in
  • Paris
    (1840/02/17 - 1898)
Died
Feb 20, 1898
Paris

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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