Eiffel Monsieur gustave a structure consisting of a four-legged pylon to support the copper sheeting which made up the body of the statue. Further promotion within the company followed, but the business began to decline, and in Eiffel, seeing no future there, resigned and set up as an independent consulting engineer.
Interior structural elements of the Statue of Liberty designed by Gustave Eiffel. On-site work began in January and was complete by the end of October Monsieur gustave the Douro bridge, the project involved a lengthy viaduct crossing the river valley as well as the river itself, and Eiffel was given the job without any process of competitive tendering due to his success with the bridge over the Douro.
At the end of Eiffel managed to borrow enough money to set up his own workshops at 48 Rue Fouquet in Levallois-Perret. As well as exhibiting models and drawings of work undertaken by the company, Eiffel was also responsible for the construction of several of the exhibition buildings.
In order to carry out this work, Eiffel and Henri Treca, the director of the Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers conducted valuable research on the structural properties of cast irondefinitively establishing the modulus of elasticity applicable to compound castings.
The entire statue was erected at the Eiffel works in Paris before being dismantled and shipped to the United States.
The task was a demanding one: The Exposition Universelle in firmly established his reputation as one of the leading engineers of the time. This had been patented by Eiffel in InEiffel et Cie were given two important contracts, one for a new terminus for the line from Vienna to Budapest and the other for a bridge over the river Douro in Portugal.
Sauvestre added the decorative arches to the base, a glass pavilion to the first level and the cupola at the top. These were constructed with the aid of compressed air caissons and hydraulic ramsboth innovative techniques at the time. He was already working independently on the construction of two railway stations, at Toulouse and Agenand in he was given a contract to oversee the construction of 33 locomotives for the Egyptian government, a profitable but undemanding job in the course of which he visited Egypt, where he visited the Suez Canal which was being constructed by Ferdinand de Lesseps.
These used a small number of standard components, all small enough to be readily transportable in areas with poor or non-existent roads, and were joined together using bolts rather than rivetsreducing the need for skilled labour on site.
Eiffel was initially given the responsibility of assembling the metalwork and eventually took over the management of the entire project from Nepveu, who resigned in March And for twenty years Note the sketched stack of buildings, with Notre Dame at the bottom, indicating the scale of the proposed tower.
His work had also gained the attention of several people who were later to give him work, including Stanislas de la Roche Toulay, who had prepared the design for the metalwork of the Bordeaux bridge, Jean Baptiste Krantz and Wilhelm Nordling.
The dome, with a diameter of After a few months working as an unpaid assistant to his brother-in-law, who managed a foundryEiffel approached the railway engineer Charles Nepveuwho gave Eiffel his first paid job as his private secretary.
A number of different types were produced, ranging from footbridges to standard-gauge railway bridges. Both men spent a lot of time with the young Eiffel, teaching him about everything from chemistry and mining to theology and philosophy.
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