Sir Henry Charles Husband (1908–1983) was a leading consulting engineer in Great Britain. His offices were based in Sheffield, England. He designed bridges and major civil engineering works and had a role in designing the Jodrell Bank radio telescope.
Husband was educated at King Edward VII School in Sheffield. He founded Husband & Co, Consulting Engineers, in Sheffield and assisted in the design of Jodrell Bank and Goonhilly Downs aerials.
Husband won the Royal Medal in 1965. He was president of the Institution of Structural Engineers in 1965-65.