The last two of eight prototypes for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall took shape last week at a construction site in San Diego. Bidding guidelines call for the prototypes to stand between 18-30 feet high, be able to withstand at least an hour of punishment from various tools, should prevent the use of climbing aids, and must be “aesthetically pleasing” when viewed from the U.S. side. Federal Times provides a rundown of the companies building prototypes, their headquarters, and value of their contract.
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