Dubuque company constructing 5th storage building, citing high demand

A Dubuque storage company is constructing its fifth storage building, with its owner citing a high demand for storage space as a key reason for the move.

Joe Delaney, co-owner of Seippel Road Storage, wrote in an email to the Telegraph Herald that the 13,600-square-foot building at 950 Seippel Road will be the company’s fifth storage unit.

He noted that the concrete slab for the base of the building has been poured, and he anticipates that the erection of the building should be complete by early September.

“We thought there was enough demand for general storage units, plus we are adding (five) extra large units capable of storing RVs,” Delaney wrote.

A building permit issued by the City of Dubuque lists the construction cost for the building at $374,549.