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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Engineering Centennial Plaque - 1986

Hamilton City Hall - Main St. W.

1887 1987 2087
Engineering Centennial Commemorative Plaque and Time Capsule
This monument has been erected by the Hamilton Section of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering on behalf of all individuals and organizations participating in the field of Engineering in the Greater Hamilton area to celebrate the Centennial of the Engineering profession in Canada. This monument contains a time capsule to be opened on the occasion of the Engineering procession Bicentennial. The monument is capped by an iron ring symbolic of those worn by Canadian Engineers.

“ My time I will not refuse; My thought I will not grudge; My care I will not deny towards the honour, use, stability, and perfection of any works to which I may be called to set my hand.”
Engineer’s “Obligation” by Rudyard Kipling.

Peter de Kat
Monumental Hamilton