Peter Lind & Company

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Peter Lind & Company
Industry Construction
Founded 1915
Headquarters Spalding, Lincolnshire, England

Peter Lind & Company is the name of a private building contractor with bases in Central London & Spalding in Lincolnshire.


The BT Tower built by Peter Lind

The Original company was founded in 1915 by Herman Peter Thygesen Lind (b. 14.9.1890 d. 1.12.1956) a Danish engineer. In 1980 the company, subsequent to a failed project in the Mole Valley and a docks lock-out in Merseyside was forced to call in the famous firm of receivers W.H. Cork Gully & Company who sold off the assets. A group of former employees purchased certain rights and recommenced construction operations which carry on today.[1]

During World War II the company was a significant builder of Mulberry Harbours.[2]

Major construction projects undertaken by the company have included Waterloo Bridge in London (completed in 1945)[3] and the BT Tower in London which was completed in 1964 by Peter Lind's son in law Thomas Jaeger.[4]

Current Operations[edit]

The company still has management members from the pre 1980 era and continues to carry out construction operations in London and throughout the U.K. The London division has a Private Clients arm aimed at the bespoke fit out market, this is featured in the Channel 5 TV series "Superior Interiors".


  1. ^ National Archives
  2. ^ Code name "Mulberry": the Planning, building and Operation of the Normandy Harbours, Page 94, Guy Hartcup, Pen & Sword Military, 2006. ISBN 978-1-84415-434-0
  3. ^ The Ladies Bridge Concrete Construction, 1 March 2006
  4. ^ Post Office Tower

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