You got to love it when something like this happens. Trump isn’t lacking in materials and companies to provide them, though. Many have come forward showing an interest in helping build the wall.
A Mexican cement company says it would aid the construction of President Trump’s wall along the U.S.-Mexico border if asked.
“We will gladly do it,” Cemex President Rogelio Zambrano told Mexican newspaper Reforma Wednesday, according to NBC News.
Zambrano was answering whether Cemex, one of the world’s largest cement producers, would provide a cement estimate for the controversial barrier.
The businessman added it is unclear what other companies might participate or what demand would exist for the wall’s cement.
The Hill reported late Tuesday that 225 companies — mainly construction and engineering firms — have voiced interest in building Trump’s proposed wall.
The list was compiled from a website for contractors interested in doing business with the federal government.
Contractors intrigued by the project have until March 10 to submit a prototype concept paper, followed by a formal request for proposal by March 24.