Lego The large new facility planned for Meadowville Technology Park's newest high-profile tenant would require

a lot of Legos to construct. Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced Wednesday morning at the Science Museum of

Virginia that the Lego Group, a multinational toymaker famed for its brick-building assembly kits, planned

to invest $1 billion in a U.S. manufacturing factory in the Chesterfield industrial park. Approximately time, the 1.7

million-square-foot building is estimated to provide over 1,760 employment. Lego intends to start building on the

factory this year and complete it in 2025, the same year that production will begin. The Chesterfield factory

which will produce Lego bricks and package kits, will be Lego's eighth worldwide and second in North America.

One is in Mexico, and the other is in the United States. The business intends to invest in the Chesterfield

factory over a ten-year period. The Lego factory in Meadowville will also have an on-site solar energy farm that

will provide the factory with the energy it requires. According to a news release, the Chesterfield factory