I’ll include a detailed structural draft in a few days.
More prison space is needed, evidently, but this could initially be reserved for ’empty barrels’ and swamp dwellers. This may also resolve a good part of the issue of wall funding.
Along much of this wall at a minimum of 15 feet up – build prison cells in end to end alignment. All the cells would face south – into mexico.
The structural measurements could be: cells – 6’w X 10’L X 8-9′ ceiling – with chase space of 3 to 4’w running the length of all cells and in between each cell, if necessary. Along the inside or north side – abbutting a 6 foot wide monitoring/service corridor.
Total width across wall approx 16 to 18 feet.
Exercise area on the roof with a protective, solid fence along the south edge of cells – open fencing otherwise to north, east, west – covered/sitting areas central to the exercise area.
Construct blocks in 20 unit increments utilizing the continuation of the service corridor as a travel track to the next block & a third block – which houses the main food services area, medical, support offices, quarters for the inmate handlers. Since this is a remote location, appropriate work schedules will have to be devised.
Usual prison amenities for inmates.