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Steel takes the strain

CIVILS 2005

Corus will offer a break away from the sometimes tiring exhibition experience with free head massages, a miniOlympics challenge of general knowledge and manual dexterity tests, and free-to-enter daily prize draws. The easy to locate Corus stand - the only 'double decker' at the show - has 'Taking the strain' as its theme.

Corus technical sales and marketing manager Roger Steeper explained: 'Corus manufactures a wide range of steel construction products which take the strain away from designers and contractors, so it is a very relevant theme for our stand.' There will also be a demonstration of Corefast, the steel core alternative to concrete cores in buildings, and technical experts available to answer all steel related questions.

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