Dubuque Screw Products to Expand Facility and Workforce

Dubuque Screw Products will invest $2.5 million and add 28,000 square feet of space to its existing facility in the Dubuque Industrial Center West. The company also plans to create 10 new jobs as part of its growth strategy.

Founded in 1946, Dubuque Screw Products (DSP) started as a small screw machine job shop and has expanded over the decades. It now manufactures parts and components for a variety of industries and offers world-class precision machining.

Greater Dubuque Development worked directly with DSP when they built a new facility and moved to the Dubuque Industrial Center West in 2008. The new expansion will almost double the amount of space from the existing 30,000 square foot building.