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Oxford Pharmaceuticals starts construction on Alabama generic drug plant

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Oxford Pharmaceuticals is closer to producing generic drugs in Alabama with a $29.4 million Birmingham plant that gives the state’s largest metro area a foothold in an important industry.

Company officials joined elected and economic development officials Wednesday for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the plant site, though it was clear by the construction going on behind them that general contractor Robins & Morton Inc. has already actually started work.

The 120,000-square-foot facility is being built on 23.4 acres in the Jefferson Metropolitan Park-Lakeshore and is expected to be operating in the third quarter of 2016.

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