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Paris temporary cathedral in wood construction, Ghent-based company preys on renovation-command
Notre-Dame cathedral, The Ghent-based construction company Denys hopes to be able to help in the renovation of the partly burnt-out Notre-Dame in Paris. Employees of Denys will be a dossier to prepare, reports The Time. Until the reconstruction is completed, there may be a temporary wooden cathedral on the square in front of Notre-Dame, leaves a Parisian mental know.

The medieval monument's hit Monday for a large part destroyed by a fierce fire. From all over the world all the money or expertise promised to help the reconstruction. Construction company Denys in Gent hopes a piece of the action to the era of the renovation. According to The times CEO Johan Van Wassenhove its employees a dossier to prepare.

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Denys can be a impressive list renovatieopdrachten of historic heritage in the Benelux to produce the appropriate sounds. Now a chance to also check on the French renovation market to be active. Denys targeting a few niches in the reconstruction of the Notre-Dame cathedral. Thus, the Ghent group own beeldhouwrobots that they stones and images can be custom make.

steel giant ArcelorMittal wants to help with the reconstruction. The largest steel company in the world to say steel is offered for the restoration of the cathedral.

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