Building materials warehouse: The Lansing, Michigan, plant will make $6.6 million in profits, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced Wednesday.

By David SchmittApril 29, 2020 12:00:24Michigan’s biggest building materials company will make nearly $6 million profit on the facility that will build more than 1,000 prefabricated homes for local homeowners.

Lansing-based L.E.B. Engineering Inc. reported that it had sold the $4 million LANSING-PIONEER facility to an entity called TLC Properties, which is building a 5,500-square-foot office complex near downtown Lansings house.

The facility, a $5.7 million, 1,600-square foot factory that employs more than 50 workers, is expected to start producing prefab homes for the next two to three years.LANSING, Mich.

(AP) — Building materials company L.A.B., one of the nation’s biggest builders of prefab buildings, said Wednesday it is in talks with a company in Michigan to build prefab home production for Michigan homeowners.

The company is in the process of selling the building materials manufacturing facility, LANSing-Pioneer, to a company called TCLC Properties, said Mark W. Tlumacki, L.L.C. chairman and CEO.

The LANSings building materials facility, located in Lansing, is the largest of its kind in the country and is the biggest in the Midwest, Tlmacki said.LANSHER, Mich.-(AP) The company’s CEO said LANSes construction materials manufacturing is one of about 500 properties that it is leasing in Michigan.

It’s one of five properties leased by LANS ingathering to house the company’s manufacturing operations.

The company has more than 20,000 employees and employs about 2,400 workers, Tlc said in a statement.