The United States military’s brick factory in Delaware, one of the largest brick manufacturing facilities in the country, makes millions of dollar a year and is expanding to a new location.
The U.S. military’s Brick Depot, built in 2008 in Fort Meade, Maryland, is the largest private brickmaking operation in the United States.
The facility’s $60 million expansion is slated to open next month and will be the second largest brick factory outside of the United Kingdom, according to a statement released by the company.
The facility also makes bricks for the U.K.’s Royal Navy and has an annual revenue of $9.5 million.
The bricks are used for buildings, furniture, vehicles, food products, and clothing, according the statement.
The Brick Depot was founded in the 1950s as a brick-making plant for a local company.
It was purchased by the U and B Company, a subsidiary of General Dynamics, in 2010.
The company was founded by U.M.B. Co. founder and former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner.
The Brick Depot currently employs more than 8,000 people and employs more contractors than all but five other U.s. military installations combined, according an article from the Ugly American News website.
The military has not yet made an official announcement about the expansion.
The company said in a statement it plans to create more than 500 jobs for the new location, which it said will be located in Wilmington, Delaware.
The new location is expected to employ 500 people.