Holding true to Donald Trump's promise, the border wall is being built. The workload is vast and requires several companies and contractors to finish the job. But what happens when the need for a mile day completion is needed on a wall?

Call North Dakota.

A Dickinson, ND company was awarded the contract for a stretch of the border wall on the southern end of Yuma, Arizona. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has the need for nearly 30 miles of border fencing and Fisher Industries has stepped up to the challenge. According to KSFY News, Fisher Industries said in their contract that they can build the wall at a rate of one mile per day.

I have a buddy that lives near Dickenson. Bill is his name. He has a pretty snappy fence around his property. They got this. Good luck, fellas.

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