Sir Herbert Henry Bartlett, 1st Baronet (30 April 1842 – 23 June 1921) was a civil engineer and contractor responsible for many landmark buildings in London.
Born at Hardington Mandeville, he was chairman and managing director of Perry & Company, a civil engineering contractor, based in Bow, east London, with which he was associated for 59 years. He was made a Baronet in 1913.
He married Ada Charlotte Barr, and had several children. He lived from 1900 at Cornwall Gardens in west London.
On his death his baronetcy passed to his grandson, Basil, as his two eldest sons had predeceased him (Herbert Evelyn Barlett, 1875-1917, and Hardington Arthur Bartlett 1877-1920, lost at sea).
The Bartlett, the Faculty of the Built Environment at University College London is named after him, as is the Bartlett Building at University College London. It was opened on 4 June 1920 to house Karl Pearson's Galton Eugenics Laboratory.
Bartlett's contracts and designs included:
- 30 St Mary Axe
- the rebuilt Waterloo station
- St Thomas' Hospital (his 1896 building was rebuilt in the 1970s)
- improvements at Somerset House
- various stations on the London Underground between Baker Street and Waterloo
- part of Tower Bridge
- "No. 28703". The London Gazette. 21 March 1913. p. 2158.
- 'Cornwall Gardens', in Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court, ed. Hermione Hobhouse (London, 1986), pp. 151-157 http://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol42/pp151-157 [accessed 19 December 2015].
- The Times Obituary 4 Jul 1921
- The Peerage: Sir Herbert Henry Bartlett, 1st Bt. Retrieved 2012-11-08
- Leigh Rayment's list of baronets [self-published source][better source needed]
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