The wall's solar panel system would generate 2.0 megawatts of electricity per hour, according to the company's proposal.
Trump's budget calls for $1.4 billion to begin building the wall.
Several potential builders have submitted design bids.
According to data by U.S. Customs and Border Protection nearly 24 thousand immigrants were apprehended at the border in February. From that pool, the administration is expected to choose between 4 and 10 companies to build prototypes; the finalists will be announced in June and will be expected to complete a prototype by July.
Designs must be able to repel pickaxes and sledgehammers for at least an hour and be aesthetically pleasing from the north side.
And who says the thing can't look nice? "Unlike a dam or bridge, this is one where the risk of being associated with the political philosophy of the administration can be damaging to current and future business".
One contractor who bid on the construction of US president Trump's border wall inquired if it was possible for the federal government to suspend the anti-gun laws of California and other states to enable construction crews to carry guns.
"The sooner we stop this, you know, 'We're going to build a wall from sea to shining sea and the Mexicans are going to pay for it.' It's embarrassing". Both proposals were first reported by The San Diego Union-Tribune. The woman said she will get a lawyer and fight to keep her home in the U.S.
Fiber sensors would be embedded in the concrete to immediately alert officials to any attempts to climb over or tunnel under the wall.
Bidder Concrete Contractors Interstate, in San Diego County for more than 30 years, has 55 employees and many who are Latino.
Bids for the huge project were due Tuesday.
Just five people were eating dinner on a recent weeknight at a Texas church that is a stopping point for newly arrived immigrants on the U.S. -Mexico border. "Physical barriers do work if they're put in the right places".
The project faces other obstacles. But Democrats have vowed to block funding for the barrier and Republicans are wary of lumping the border request in with a broader spending bill to prevent a government shutdown before the April 28 deadline.
Some think the real "Trump effect" was pushing fearful people to move up their journeys and get to the USA before he took office.
Kelly's comment to a Senate committee appears to reverse earlier statements that his agency was considering separation as a deterrent to would-be border crossers, mostly from Central America. Arrests during the normally slower winter months were higher than in past years.
"The movement of human trafficking of people, in general, is down significantly, and young girls are down, in particular, even more significantly", Kelly said.
In February 2017, 23,589 illegal immigrants were detained across the southern border with Mexico.