A Real American Architectural Challenge

President Trump is quickly establishing himself as one of the most decisive and daring presidents that we’ve had in American history. Whether this is going to be a good or bad thing has yet to be seen. Regardless of how this plays out, I’ve decided to make an exciting and rather challenging choice; to move to San Antonio. The most difficult part of this has been locating some San Antonio Stone Oak Apartments that are both reasonably priced and close to the work that I’ll hopefully be doing. Let’s be honest; there’s a wall that will soon be going up along the Mexican and American border. It’s going to take thousands of people to complete an architectural challenge of his magnitude.

It’s a piece of history that I want to be a part of. Regardless of the morality behind the reasoning of the wall, there’s a real chance to be part of something. America hasn’t undertaken anything like this since the Hoover Dam which helped bring about prosperity for the people for an entire society that was struggling to recover from an economic down turn. This Wall will help do the same for a people who are struggling to claim their identity.

My hope is that I’ll be able to work as an engineer on the project. The challenge itself is the main attractor for me. A Wall like this hasn’t been attempted since East and West Germany were separated. Now we have the opportunity to do something even greater, grander and more involved. Imagine the Great Wall of America – it might be morally gray but there is something more here. Right now it might be built for political reasons but in the future it might be beneficial for all of the United States. Who knows what the future will bring us?