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Fredric L. Quivik

Chair of History Search, Department of Social Sciences

Michigan Technological University

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Michigan Technological University

630 Dow Environmental Sciences And Engineering Building 1400 Townsend Drive

Houghton, Michigan,49931

United States

Company Description

Michigan Technological University (www.mtu.edu) is a leading public research university developing new technologies and preparing students to create the future for a prosperous and sustainable world. Michigan Tech offers more than 130 undergraduate and graduat...more

Background Information

Employment History

Australian , Australian Hall of Fame


President

Society for Industrial Archeology


Affiliations

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Member


Education

PhD


Web References(40 Total References)


Michigan Technological University, Industrial Archaeology Program Home Page

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Fred Quivik (Associate Professor)


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Fred Quivik (Michigan Technological University), "Managing Underground Development from Afar: Anaconda's Walker Mine in California"


2013 Annual Conference – The Twin Cities: St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Organized by Fred Quivik, Michigan Technological University


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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.


Public Relations, Reputation Management, Public Affairs in Austin, Texas » The New York Times – From Power Plant to Civic Renewal Centerpiece

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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.


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