Alexander Eckert OÜ

The Alexander Eckert OÜ was established in 2007 in the Estonian capital Tallinn (Reval) by the owner-manager Alexander Eckert:

Alexander Eckert OÜ
Linda 5 - 8
10411 Tallinn / Estonia
Reg. code: 11342005
Phone: 00 372 6 88 52 17
Mobile: 00 372 53 01 44 68
Email: info(at)alexander-eckert.com

This company runs an own workshop, sited on the open-air area of the Estonian maritime museum (www.meremuuseum.ee) in the historical Seaplane Harbour ("Lennusadam") in Tallinn. Between 2007 and 2011 the workshop has been renovated.

Alexander Eckert is an educated organ and harmonium builder, restorer/conservator ("Diplom-Restaurator, FH") and cultural scientist respectively heritage scientist with a final degree as Master of Arts (M.A.) in European Cultural Heritage. Have a look on the detailed CV.

Together with colleagues, Alexander Eckert was lobbying for the initiation of the international study network OrganExpert since 2005.

In spring 2007, Susanne Grießbach interned at the company in the course of her studies at the University of Applied Sciences for conservation and restoration in Cologne, Germany.

Lauri Vaher, Estonian student for restoration at the Estonian academy of arts in Tallinn, Estonia, worked for the company as an assistant until 2010.

Since February 2011 Ilka-Renata Eckert, social worker (“Diplom Sozialarbeiterin B.A.”) and Master of Arts (M.A.) in East European Studies, is working as a freelancer for the company.

Furthermore, Martin ter Haseborg (www.orgelbau-ostfriesland.de), master organ builder ("Orgelbaumeister") and "Betriebswirt des Handwerks" is working as a freelancer for Eckert Restaurierungen. He is mainly in charge of the area of organ construction and intonation.

Günther Eckert, master electrician ("Elektromeister"), Lichtenwald, South Germany, is in charge of the area of organ electricity.

If required, the Alexander Eckert OÜ is cooperating with the experts mentioned at “Cooperation, Partnerships and Links”.