Why Texas should consider building a metal fence for its precious metals

A metal fence is a natural extension of the Texas landscape and its rich history of exploration.

A metal-clad gate would help protect the state’s valuable precious metals from thieves, while also protecting the precious materials from being removed from the soil, which has been a source of contention for years.

“It’s a perfect solution for us,” said Steve Burdette, Texas director of the American Institute of Architects, a trade association for architectural and construction professionals.

“You don’t need a massive fence, you don’t even need a steel fence, it just needs to be a good fence.”

Metal fences have been in use since the 1700s.

The first metal fence in the United States was built by a Dutch man in the 1770s, said John W. Fass, a professor of civil engineering at the University of Houston.

“In Europe, they did it for many years, but it was very expensive and a lot of it was on roads,” Fass said.

The metal fence was eventually phased out, with many of the fencing methods adopted in other parts of the world, but in Texas it’s still used as a common feature.

Texas has more than 25,000 miles of metal fences, with a growing number being added each year.

The state’s vast territory includes the Gulf Coast, Gulf of Mexico, Gulf Coast States, Texas, and Texas Central, and the city of Galveston, Texas.

The Texas metal fence system is known as a “golden gate,” with a metal mesh between the gates that allows the earth to pass through the metal without disturbing the soil.

A golden gate would allow for greater access for the state to gold deposits, which would be mined for precious metals in Texas, Burdettes said.

But the Golden Gate was not a popular option with some of the people who built the gates.

Some say it wasn’t the best way to build a gate, and it would have created a “distraction.”

“The people who did the Golden Gates, they had the best idea,” said Burdett, who is the president of the AIA.

“But we wanted a better way to get gold out of the ground.”

The Texas Department of Transportation is working to bring more metal fencing to the state.

It’s a process that will involve the development of a metal-tipped, galvanized steel gate that can be installed at any location within the state and that is able to withstand extreme weather conditions, according to Burdie.

A concrete gate would be placed over the gates to prevent any metal from being damaged.

Texas officials are also looking at ways to protect the gold in the state from theft and vandalism.

“We need to protect it, but we also need to preserve it,” Burdes said.

“This is a perfect example of the way that we can do both.”

In fact, it was a fence that was built for the GoldenGate project that was stolen and vandalized in the early 1900s, according the AHA.

That’s when the city decided to replace it with a different one, Biscotti said.

That fence, Bicotti said, “was very well designed.

It was a very well thought out design.”

Burdets plan is to start a new project in 2017 that would include the GoldenGates.