A company that builds housing for oilfield workers is proposing constructing a huge facility to house undocumented children in the remote west Texas town of Clint, which is southeast of El Paso.

  The facility, which is already being called the 'Abraham Lincoln Transitional Lodge' would house 3500 children, more than three times the number housed at Lackland Air Force Base.

  The Department of Health and Human Services, and the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services have been advertising for facilities to house the influx of Central American refugee children, and is now housing children on three U.S. military posts, Lackland, Ft. Sill in Oklahoma, and a Naval Air Station, Point Mugu, base in Ventura California.

  No word on how much the Lincoln Lodge would cost.