Corus took the strain at Civils
Offering to ‘take the strain’ out of the industry, Corus’ stand at Civils 2005 proved highly successful. The only two-level stand at the show offered free head, neck and back massages as well as the Corus Challenge involving a mini Olympics game and manual dexterity tests.
There was also a prize for the daily winners of the Corus Civils 2005 Olympic challenge. Simon Gerrard from NES International, Peter Chong from Peter Brett Associates and James McCulloch from Waterman Structures each won a bottle of wine.
“Corus manufactures a wide range of steel construction products which take the strain away from designers and contractors, so it was a very relevant theme for our stand.” said Corus Technical Sales and Marketing Manager Roger Steeper.
“During the event the stand attracted a large amount of interest from a variety of business sectors and all the feedback received has been very positive.”