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Mr. Fred Quivik

Professor of Industrial History and Archaeology

Michigan Technological University

HQ Phone: (906) 487-1885

Email: f***@***.edu

Michigan Technological University

630 Dow Environmental Sciences And Engineering Building 1400 Townsend Drive

Houghton, Michigan 49931

United States

Company Description

Michigan Tech (www.mtu.edu) is ranked among the top public universities in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The university has one of the largest engineering programs in the country and offers quality programs in the sciences, business, communicat ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Program Chair
Society for Industrial Archeology

Adjunct Instructor
University of Pennsylvania

Contributor
Sojourners

Editor, IA
Journal of the SIA

Affiliations

Architectural Historian
Michigan Technological University

Historian of Technology
Michigan Technological University

Non-voting Member
Society for Industrial Archeology

Consulting Historian of Technology and A Member of the Associated Faculty In History and Sociology of Science
University of Pennsylvania

Member
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Education

PhD

Web References (23 Total References)


According to Fredric L. ...

www.gowanuslounge.com, 31 May 2013 [cached]

According to Fredric L. Quivik, professor of industrial history and archaeology at Michigan Technological University, the quality of the preservation is often determined by the zealous nature of the particular EPA administrator in a certain region.


Fred Quivik, an ...

www.anthonybarnum.com, 25 April 2013 [cached]

Fred Quivik, an architectural historian at Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Mich., said the age of a power plant building will usually determine its appeal for restoration. In the early days of electric power, electricity was still competing with other forms of power generation. Consequently, early plants were designed as civic monuments with the best architectural features of the day, "to show that they would be there for the long term to provide a reliable source of electricity," Mr. Quivik said. The practice continued through the World War II era.

Preserving older buildings has also become a standard component of urban renewal projects, he said.


By Fredric L. ...

www.sojo.net, 1 July 2011 [cached]

By Fredric L. Quivik

...
Fredric L. Quivik is a historian of technology at Michigan Technological University and a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Houghton, Michigan.


Society for Industrial Archeology Contacts. SIA Headquarters, Officers and Board Members

www.siahq.org, 20 Mar 2014 [cached]

Fredric L Quivik, Editor, IA: Journal of the SIA


Society for Industrial Archeology (SIA) Calendar of Events

www.siahq.org, 16 Feb 2007 [cached]

Send copies of all proposals to: Fred Quivik, Program Chair, SIA 2007 Paper Sessions, 715 Vernon Road, Philadelphia, PA 19119; (215) 849-1478 (phone and fax); Quivik@usfamily.net

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