Morrisville Bridge Named in Honor of Nexsen Pruet's Scott Saylor
Nexsen Pruet economic development attorney and former North Carolina Railroad Company President, Scott Saylor, has been honored by the naming of a new railroad bridge in the town of Morrisville, "The Scott Saylor and Family Bridge."
The recently completed railroad bridge over Crabtree Creek serves as a replacement to the wood and steel trestle that carried trains for over 94 years, according The News & Observer article, "This new railroad bridge in Morrisville is also enjoyed by walkers, runners and cyclists." The new bridge is both wider and longer than its predecessor and allows for a trail underneath.
Building a wider bridge now is cheaper and easier than coming back and building a second span later, Arant said.
The N.C. Railroad is pleased with the way the project turned out, said Carl Warren, its new president and CEO.
“What I think is really terrific about this project is that it solves several transportation problems at the same time, while also really helping to make progress in improving a vital freight and passenger corridor,” Warren said. “It wasn’t just the modernization of an old wooden trestle; it was really partnering to make the whole system work better.”
The new Crabtree Creek railroad bridge has a name: The Scott M. Saylor and Family Bridge, named for Warren’s predecessor who had spent 31 years with the company and was its president and CEO from 2001 until last year.
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Nexsen Pruet serves clients from nine offices across the Southeast. With more than 200 lawyers and professionals, the firm provides regional, full-service capabilities with international strengths.