BORDER FENCE

ASSISTING DHS/CBP SECURE BORDER TACTICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM IN GAINING EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF OUR NATION'S SOUTHERN BORDER

Gibraltar has fabricated, installed, and performed on over 30 site segments of border fence, which consists of over 150+ miles of pedestrian and vehicle barrier projects along the United States (U.S.)/Mexico Border in support of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Customs Border Patrol (CBP) Secure Border Initiative Tactical Infrastructure Program in gaining effective control of our nation's southern border. Gibraltar’s border experience is proven in meeting or beating project schedule requirements with an exceptional quality and safety record.

Our border solutions are proven and effective tools in slowing, redirecting and deterring illegal entries in areas where DHS CBP personnel and technologies alone are insufficient.  Working as both fabricator and installer, Gibraltar has secured and completed the largest amount of work on the US Southern border.

In the early border contracts (2007-2010), Gibraltar set up six fabrication yards in Calexico, CA; El Centro, CA; Tucson, AZ;  El Paso, TX; San Benito, TX and Weslaco, TX. 

Today, Gibraltar has expanded operations to include a 170,000+ square foot facility capable of fabricating 2 miles per day (1 mile per shift - 660 panels per mile). Gibraltar has the ability to sand blast and paint 300 panels per day. Our location in Central Texas is ideal for receiving steel materials from mills in the eastern United States and distributing panels to the entire southern US border, with minimal inefficiencies or duplicating of freight costs. 


Gibraltar operates a 70-acre controlled access fabrication facility (3 buildings) with 17 acres of current material lay down/staging area that will be expanded to 27 acres in the Spring of 2020. This facility is an AISC Certified facility and operates under a strict Quality Management System. We are located only 1/2 mile from an existing rail spur, which allows for easily receiving large orders of raw materials and also loading finished goods for shipping, if necessary.






Here is a listing of the many projects Gibraltar was involved with:

  • 2020-2021 - 15 MILES - LAREDO NORTH (IN PROGRESS) - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2020-2021 - 14 MILES - RGV-07 (IN PROGRESS) - FABRICATION AND GATE INSTALLATION
  • 2020-2021 - 5.1 MILES - DEL RIO/EAGLE PASS - FABRICATION
  • 2020-2021 - 21 MILES - RGV-10 (IN PROGRESS) - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2019-2020 - 7.9 MILES - RGV-02 - FABRICATION
  • 2019-2020 - 5.5 MILES - RGV-03 - FABRICATION
  • 2018-2019 - 13.0 MILES - IMPERIAL BEACH - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2017-2018 - 2.2 MILES - CALEXICO FENCE REPLACEMENT - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2017 - PROTOTYPE - OTHER BORDER WALL - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2017 - PROTOTYPE - SOLID CONCRETE BORDER WALL - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2009 - 40.9 MILES - CAMERON COUNTY, TX BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION
  • 2008 - 5.2 MILES - EL PASO, TX BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2008 - 7.8 MILES - HIDALGO COUNTY, TX BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION
  • 2008 - 12.6 MILES - RATTLESNAKE RIDGE BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2007 - 4.5 MILES - NACO BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION
  • 2007 - 4.6 MILES - MARIPOSA BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION
  • 2007 - 7.1 MILES - SASABE BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
  • 2007 - 6.1 MILES - CALEXICO BORDER FENCE - FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION