Montgomery Company’s Two Border Wall Samples to be Torn Down
Not Clear if any of Four Company has "won".
The 30-foot wide sample U.S. / Mexico border wall segments built by a Montgomery company and a half dozen other companies are about to be torn down.
The Associated Press quotes a border patrol agent as saying it is not clear when the deconstruction will begin, but the money to do so has been allocated.
The walls cost between 300-thousand and half a million dollars each. Cadell Construction of Montgomery built two wall samples, one of concrete, the other of different materials. A new border barrier project will take their place.
It is unclear whether the government has selected any of the samples for an actual wall.
Cadell has a long history of building government projects, including embassies. They have refused interviews from Alabama News Network since they were selected as finalists, citing security concerns.