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'Eyn before' otho is still construct state (G.K. 152 o).
On the expression "as one from us" cf.G. K. 130d on the construct state before a preposition; also K.S. 277 n.
The infinitive shebheth here functions as a noun in the construct state
The nounal force of the participle ba'ey definitely preponderates in this case, as the construct state also indicates (K.S. 241d).
Meqom is construct state before a relative clause.
Consequently, the text correctly treats the participle as a verb with a direct object, as is indicated by the seghol; the treatment of it as a noun making him an actual builder would have necessitated the construct state of the participle and consequently a tsere.
Aram is a construct state in a proper name K.S. 280 h.