Loeffler Announces Woman-Owned Georgia Small Business To Help Build Southern Border Wall
$180 Million Contract Awarded to Accura Engineering and Consulting Services, Three Other Companies
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) announced that the U.S. Department of the Army has awarded four companies – including a woman-owned, Georgia-based engineering company – to share a $180 million contract to help with the continued construction of the wall along the Southern border of the United States.
“This contract is good news for Georgia and America’s national security,” said Loeffler. “For years under the Obama administration, our Southern border was left exposed, incentivizing the flow of illegal immigrants and illicit drugs into our country. President Donald Trump has taken swift action to reverse this trend and prioritized building the border wall to protect Americans and keep our nation safe. I am proud that Atlanta-based Accura Engineering and Consulting Services will play a vital role in securing the border.”
As part of her USA Safe Families and Secure Futures Plan, Loeffler has called to fully fund the wall at the Southern border.