Elbit Systems Subsidiary Wins $145M for SW Border Security Towers

CBPTowerAn Elbit Systems of America subsidiary has won a $145, 253, 801 contract to build fixed sensor towers and command and control center equipment for Customs and Border Protection to monitor the U.S.’ southwestern border with Mexico.

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The firm-fixed-price contract with EFW includes options that could extend work for up to eight years and six months after award, CBP said in a Thursday FedBizOpps post.

Elbit Systems was one of six contractors CBP identified as finalists to build the Integrated Fixed Towers.

CBP wants the towers to help detect, track, identify and classify items of interest across the southwest part of the border and the C2 center equipment to display information on a common operating picture.

The agency also intends for the towers to have ground surveillance radars, surveillance cameras and equipment to power the stations.

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