Edward Gardiner

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Edward Gardiner was an American civil engineer and architect. He cofounded the American Society of Civil Engineers and Architects and served as its first vice president. Five years later he was one of the 13 founders of the American Institute of Architects.[1]

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  1. ^ Leadership by Design: Creating an Architecture of Trust by Richard N. Swett, Colleen M. Thornton page 31