Had the privilege of attending a bridge naming ceremony today. The Bridge, built by Britons in Nottingham, for a site over the railway in Nottingham adjacent Boots office complex, was named after the late Doctor Stewart Adams O.B.E. DR Adams was instrumental in the development of the painkiller Ibuprofen, this tribute was a joint Nottingham City Council and Boots commemoration, and we are proud to have kept the Construction local. The bridge itself is innovative as it is the 1st of its type constructed entirely from weathering grade plate. The advantage – reduced whole life costing and reduced liability to the Council over the railway

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