Glenlivet distillery looks to the past with modern ‘pack horse’ bridge
February 24 2016
The traditional Speyside design will include low parapets and is being delivered over a period of 20 weeks with a view to opening by mid-summer and has been inspired by the pack horse bridge used on packaging for the whisky.
Robertson Civil Engineering managing director Tony Fry said: “We are now in the advanced planning stages with the architect and Chivas Brothers and anticipate breaking ground on the 29 February.”
The new bridge is being delivered as part of a wider package of works to enhance production facilities at the distillery.
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