Economic Development Incentive Fund Success Story!

Thompson Creek Window Company and Affiliates (TCWC)

Thompson Creek Window Company and Affiliates (TCWC) is one of the premier home improvement businesses in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The parent company was founded in 1980 in Annapolis, MD. Due to a revitalization project that claimed the building housing its original manufacturing facility, the Company relocated to another facility on Thompson Creek Road in 1997. The Company quickly outgrew its 20,000 square foot facility on Thompson Creek Road and relocated to a new 65,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Landover, MD in 2007 along with a new corporate headquarters building in nearby Lanham, MD. TCWC is currently headquartered at 5000 Philadelphia Way, Lanham, MD and also has offices at 1775 Brightseat Road, Landover, MD (now 80,000 sq ft for manufacturing). In partnership with the Maryland Department of Commerce, the EDI Fund, administered by FSC First, has provided $250,000 toward this $31 million expansion project with a new 125,000 square foot facility for manufacturing, warehouse and office at 8210 Penn Randall Place, Upper Marlboro MD leveraging $30.7 in public/private investment. The company will retain its current staff of 330 and grow by an additional 150 new jobs by then end of 2021.

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