Jackson is building a new building in the state of Mississippi.
Trump administration officials have approved the use of an ironstone building material that is part of a new batch that is being prepared for a federal building in Mississippi, The Associated Press reported Thursday.
A decision is expected in the coming weeks.
The material, called M-15, is part a new construction schedule that was approved by the Trump administration, and is being made by a company called M.L.P., which is owned by the Jackson family.
The building material will be used in the first phase of construction of a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) office building in Jackson, Mississippi.
The materials were developed in partnership with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The department has also approved the construction of an office building that is about two miles away from the Jackson site.
The Jacksons have donated the new building materials to the state.
The Trump administration has also set up a program that gives $5 million in incentives to businesses that build buildings that are used for federal government programs, the AP reported.
The government has also awarded about $400,000 in loans for commercial construction projects.
Jacksson is a small community that sits on the Mississippi River, just north of Jackson.
The construction of the new federal office building is expected to be completed by the end of 2019, and the Jackson family will be providing financial support to the project, the company said.
The state has received more than $1.3 billion in federal loan guarantees, according to the AP.