The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage, better known by the more manageable TICCIH (pronounced “ticky”), is the world organization for industrial heritage. Its goals are to promote international cooperation in preserving, conserving, investigating, documenting, researching, interpreting, and advancing education of the industrial heritage.
Industrial Heritage Re-tooled: The TICCIH guide to Industrial Heritage Conservation, J. Douet (ed.), 2012
The book is a compilation of the latest approaches to the conservation of industrial heritage presented by around thirty specialists. Some of the topics covered by this publication include: the scope of industrial heritage; re-use and re-purposing; listing and designation; sustainable development; industrial archaeology; museums and collections; documentation and recording; industrial tourism; and historic photographs and archives.
Visit the TICCIH website for further information on the publication and ordering a copy.