October 19 - October 23, 2020

Recently, two court-mandated engineering reports found that an 18-foot-high section of the border wall in Mission, Texas, was at risk of failure should the structure endure a “high flow event” from the nearby Rio Grande River. To mediate the structure’s current erosion and concrete cracking, nonprofit Fisher Sand and Gravel plans to conduct increased inspections, plant grasses and add a layer of rocks. Do you think the plan will work to resolve the issues?


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No. 54%
Yes. 44%
Other (please respond in the comments sections). 3%


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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; concrete; Concrete defects; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Erosion; Government; Government contracts; Latin America; North America; Ongoing projects; Z-Continents

Comment from Ken Streiff, (10/21/2020, 2:11 PM)

Seems kind of swampy. Marsh-like. Obviously anti-Christian, with shifting sands as a foundation. No "upon this rock"...philosophy at play here.


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