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Paris airport in deck deal

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ANGLO-DUTCH steelmaker Corus has begun delivery of its steel composite floor decking systems at a new airport terminal building in Paris, France.

More than 74,000 sq m of its decking systems will be supplied to the new Terminal 3 building at Charles de Gaulle airport in the city, as part of a deal worth over £400,000.

Some 67,000 sq m of decking will be used on the new building with a further 7,000 sq m used on walkways linking the terminal to other parts of the airport.

The deal is the largest by the French division of Corus Distribution and Building Systems.The terminal is due to be completed in March 2007.