HUDDERSFIELD building products firm Marshalls has won a near-£1m contract across the Pennines.
The Birkby-based company is supplying granite paving and setts for three main streets in Liverpool city centre.
The £950,000 deal is the latest in a string of contracts for Marshalls in recent weeks.
The contract is part of Liverpool's preparations for being the European Capital of Culture in 2008.
It follows on from Marshalls' success last year, when it provided paving and setts for the city's Cavern Quarter.
The latest contract will be carried out by Marshalls and principal contractor Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering.
Marshalls' granite setts have previously also been supplied for a number of prestigious schemes, including London's Royal Festival Hall, the new Wembley Arena Piazza, the Al Faisaliah Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and the De Young Museum in San Francisco, USA.
Marshalls has also won a £60,000 deal to supply paving and drainage for a redevelopment scheme in Barrow in Furness, Cumbria.
That project involves turning some streets in Hindpool into public areas and excluding traffic to form an 'urban park'.
Some roads will be raised to footpath level and painted with hopscotch and snakes and ladders games for children to play.