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Border Legislative Conference GSA Infrastructure Update September 24, 2009. Unique Challenges. Urban and economic factors Geographic limitations Limited labor market in remote areas Growing and evolving security program An aging inventory. Diverse Stakeholders.

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unique challenges
Unique Challenges
  • Urban and economic factors
  • Geographic limitations
  • Limited labor market in remote areas
  • Growing and evolving security program
  • An aging inventory
diverse stakeholders
Diverse Stakeholders
  • In both the United States and Mexico:
    • Transportation organizations at the federal/state level Local governments including municipalities and regional planning organizations
    • Border trade alliance groups
    • Local businesses
    • Local law enforcement and protection organizations
gsa infrastructure improvements
GSA Infrastructure Improvements
  • Two recently completed projects
  • Four projects in construction
  • One more in pre-construction
  • Six others are in design
  • Five more in pre-design (feasibility)
recently completed projects
Recently Completed Projects
  • Paso del Norte, TX
    • Completed June 2009
  • Ysleta, TX
    • Completed November 2008
ongoing construction
Ongoing Construction
  • McAllen-Anzalduas, TX
    • November 2009 Operational Capacity
    • February 2010 Scheduled Completion
  • Donna – Rio Bravo, TX
    • May 2010 Scheduled Completion
  • San Luis II, AZ
    • Nearing Completion
  • Del Rio, TX
    • Nearing Completion
pre construction
Pre-construction
  • Nogales, AZ
    • 2010 Construction start
    • 2013 Completion
projects in design
Projects in Design
  • Otay Mesa West, CA
  • San Ysidro, CA
  • Calexico West, CA
  • Columbus, NM
  • Tornillo-Guadalupe, TX
  • San Luis I, AZ
projects in feasibility
Projects in Feasibility
  • BOTA, TX
  • Brownsville Gateway, TX
  • Laredo I, TX
  • Laredo II, TX
  • Douglas, AZ
recently completed initiatives
Recently Completed Initiatives
  • National LPOE IDIQ Contract
  • Port Standardization
  • Small Port Prototype
  • Lighting Standard
  • Signage standards
ralph scalise

Ralph Scalise

U.S. General Services Administration

1800 F Street NW

Washington, DC 20405

Phone: 202-208-1453

Ralph.scalise@gsa.gov