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John Fortier completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1978. He is the President of Bacco Construction of Iron Mountain. Bacco Construction is a private company offering highway construction, concrete and asphalt paving, excavating, and site development services. Mr. Fortier joined Bacco following his graduation in 1978 and has served in his current . . .
Mr. Roland Mariucci came to Michigan Tech from Iron Mountain, Michigan after serving three years in the Air Force. He completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1958. Following graduation he spent two years working for the California Division of Highways. In 1960 he joined Peter Kiewit & Sons, Inc. where he was the Estimating Manager/Chief Engineer . . .
Eustace Dereniak'63, '63
Eustace L. Dereniak BS Electrical and Computer Engineering 1963 For nearly five decades, Eustace L. Dereniak has explored the frontiers of optics and engineering to help create 21 st century breakthroughs in medicine, military hardware, astronomy and many other fields. Dereniak, a 1963 Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, became . . .