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Here is a great article about a diy catio. I hope it helps! https://catiospaces.com/catios-cat-enclosures/catios-cat-enclosure/build-diy-catio-plan-for-your-cat/
love this diy catio https://www.petsbest.com/blog/how-to-build-a-safe-and-stylish-catio/
here are lots of ideas/videos https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=DIY+catios
If they are feral, they are going to want to get out of any catico. Caticos are usually made to keep cats in and away from danger. Do you want to keep them in or do you want a place where they can go and feel safe? If you want them to have a safe place to go, you can build a simple "cage" with a small opening for the cat to enter. Have interesting things inside to attract them, including places to hide and food.
As a neighborhood project one lady got most of her neighbors together to help the feral cats whose number was growing fast. They used the TNR system, which means Trap, Neuter, Release. They worked to get humane traps, found vets to help with neutering then release the cats who couldn't be adopted back to their neighborhood. Here's there story that might interest you. Wishing you the best.