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Students and construction workers rubbing elbows at architecture school

What five years ago was a farmer's market parking lot is now a home to hundreds of architecture students and professors.

First time in four-year history of school faculty and students are under one roof

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      What five years ago was a farmer's market parking lot is now a home to hundreds of architecture students and professors.

      The two new wings of the McEwen School of Architecture— known internally as the "wood building" and "steel building"—open their doors to students for the first time this week at the corner of Elm and Elgin in downtown Sudbury.

      But it is still a work in progress, as construction workers will be around for the next few weeks putting on the finishing touches.