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A sheet metal roof section is lowered down to construction workers at a new building being built on the Central Connecticut State University campus Wednesday afternoon. Construction of the projected $38 million classroom building started last August. The 75,000 square foot building is scheduled to open in mid-2013 and will house classes and faculty offices for the sociology, history, anthropology, geography and political science departments, university officials said. It will have 17 classrooms, five seminar rooms, seven labs and 71 offices for faculty and administrators
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