CBP Announces Contractors Hired for Border Wall Prototypes
WESLACO – Construction on four different prototypes for a border wall could start within a few weeks, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
CBP announced Thursday afternoon four companies were awarded construction contracts.
They are Caddell Construction out of Alabama, Arizona-based D.B.A. Fisher Industries, Texas Sterling Construction out of Houston and W.G. Yates and Sons Construction of Mississippi.
Those projects are for 30-foot high concrete wall prototypes set to go up in the San Diego area.
The prototypes will help the government decide on what type of construction will move forward.
CBP added four more non-concrete prototypes will be announced in the near future.
CBP press conference starts at minute 9:22-
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