Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Designs FINALLY revealed - Donald Trump's Mexico border wall

Companies were invited to submit their proposed designs for the ... Trump's multibillion-dollar Mexico border wall plan 


An Austin company is among bidders for Trump's border wall - complete with bombproof concrete, tunnelling alarms and storage for NUCLEAR waste
Companies were invited to submit plans for the controversial barrier, with some 200 firms listed as 'interested' in the contract

THE designs for Donald Trump’s planned US border wall with Mexico have finally been revealed.

Among them are proposals for bombproof concrete, tunnelling alarms and even storage for nuclear waste.

Companies were invited to submit their proposed designs for the controversial barrier, which the president has said will span all the way from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific.

In the design by DarkPulse Technologies, fibre sensors will be embedded in the concrete to alert officials to people tunnelling beneath the wall

Gleason Partners’s design includes solar panels covering sections of the wall

One bidder wants to cover the wall with solar panels, while another wants to make a barrier big enough for a deck offering tourists scenic views of the desert.

The deadline for bids passed yesterday with the federal government expected to announce which companies will be hired to build prototypes around June 1.

Designs must be able to repel pickaxes and sledgehammers for at least an hour and be nice to look at – at least from the north side.