At the annual meeting of the Concrete Association of Estonia, the Association recognised Peep Teder as its honorary member.
“Peep Teder has been in charge of translating standards associated with concrete and many other standards adopted in Estonia of restored independence from the very beginning, for more than 20 years. The majority of standards associated with the entire area of construction materials have been translated into Estonian with the help of Peep Teder,” said Tiit Roots, Chairman of the Board of the Concrete Association of Estonia. “We are very happy about this long-term productive cooperation,” Roots added.
According to the Statutes of Honorary Member of the Concrete Association of Estonia, “being elected as an honorary member is a special tribute to those people who have done great things upon the performance of the goals of the Concrete Association of Estonia. An honorary member is elected by the board of the Concrete Association of Estonia based on a consensus.”
The majority of standards associated with concrete – concrete mixture, concrete elements, pavement stones, fibre reinforced concrete –, in total 60 standards, have been translated into Estonian as the work of Peep Teder, the new honorary member of the Concrete Association of Estonia. New and updated versions have already been published of many of them.
Peep Teder has also translated other standards associated with concrete – aggregates, concrete masonry bricks, concrete roof tiles, mortars, dry mixtures, etc.
Peep Teder (born April 23, 1934) graduated from Tallinn Secondary School No. 2 (1952), Civil Engineer at the Tallinn Polytechnic Institute (1958). Candidate of Engineering (1965). He studied the technology of asphalt concrete, silicate stone and concrete (TUI Construction: 1957-67; 1973-80, STUPRI: 1967-73), worked as a senior lecturer and head of the chair at the Tallinn University of Technology in the field of graphic arts (1980-1992), in the Building TEST Center (1992-2002) Deputy Director
Peep Teder has been a successful basketball player.
He won the USSR 1952 youth championship silver medal and 1951 bronze trophy. He became a student master of the USSR in the 1955 TPI team and became an Estonian champion in 1953-55 in the Tallinn Kalev team (1956 - silver and 1957 - bronze). He played in the 1953-59 in Estonian squad. Master Sportsman (1959).
At an older age, have been actively involved in the promotion of senior basketball.
Peep Teder is the Honorary Member of the Estonian Concrete Association. In 2010, honorary status was awarded to Aadu Kana, Toomas Laur in 2012, Vello Otsmaa in 2014, Arvo Tinn in 2015.
The Estonian Concrete Association is a association that promotes the use of concrete as a building material for domestic use, which includes 58 companies, organizations and private individuals.
Source: Estonian Concrete Association