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Whisky firm selects bridge builder

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Robertson Civil Engineering is to build a three-arch bridge for whisky firm Chivas Brothers in northern Scotland.

The contractor will start work this month on the crossing, which will form the entrance to the visitor centre at the Glenlivet Distillery in Speyside.

A team of 17 engineers, surveyors and tradesmen will work with architects Archial Norr to erect the structure over 20 weeks.

Robertson Civil Engineering managing director Tony Fry said: “It is a privilege to have been selected to work on the landscape of The Glenlivet Distillery – not only because it is an iconic malt whisky brand, but also because I know the bridge will be enjoyed by people from all across the world when they come to visit.”

Chivas Brothers production director Gordon Buist said: “The bridge is part of wider works that are taking place at the Glenlivet distillery which will enhance our production facilities.”

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