Col. Johnson Wins the Brackett Medal

Col. Johnson Wins the Brackett Medal

The executive committee of the New England Water Works Association, on the recommendation of the committee on award of the Dexter Brackett Memorial Medal, has awarded the medal for the year 1933 to Col. George A. Johnson, consulting engineer, New York City, for his paper on “Rapid Sand Filtration at Cambridge, Mass.,” which was read before the 1923 convention of the Association held at Burlington, Vt., September 18 to 21. This paper was published in FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING in the issue of November 28, 1923, on page 1139, under the heading, “An Up-to-Date Rapid Sand Filtration Plant.”

The Dexter Brackett Memorial Medal is awarded each year to the author of the best and most practical paper read before the association either at a meeting or at the convention during the previous year.

Col. George A. Johnson, New York City

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