I want to write:
Our higher-profile projects include the delivery and erection of large exhibition stands for --company name-- at --redacted-- Championship;
The emphasis is only to highlight the problem word here and is not present in the actual copy.
I can't help worrying that erection introduces something unnecessary.
I could replace it with "delivering and assembling" instead, but erection is technically correct and a more precise word.
I need an outside opinion on whether erection introduces any possible effect, even a momentary confusion or lapse of focus, that I wouldn't want for formal commercial copy?
Sorry if this is a silly question or off topic.