Fire Engineering

CoveKinloch New Zealand Ltd has a proven track record of providing practical and cost-effective fire engineering services to Central and Local Government organisations for owned or leased building stock.

Our experienced fire engineers are located across the North Island in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Rotorua and Wellington.

Our fire engineering services for public sector buildings include:

Fire Engineering Design

Building consent applications for new public sector developments and alterations will likely require a fire engineering design report. We can assist with Acceptable Solution design reports, as well as more complex and innovative solutions using Verification Method or specific design methods.

Complex CFD Modelling for Fire Protection

Larger and more complex government buildings may require computer modelling to assist in the design of an effective fire protection system and we have significant experience in this area.

Construction Monitoring for Fire Protection

The implementation of an effective fire protection system is just as important as its design. Our experienced fire engineers can work closely with your on-site project teams to ensure all systems are implemented correctly and in accordance with the NZ Building Code.

 Technical Due Diligence

Our fire engineers can provide technical due diligence inspections and expert advice on any building before it is acquired for public sector use.

Download a copy of our ‘Fire Engineering and Fire Safety Design’ brochure here

Contact a Fire Engineer near you

Contact a Fire Engineer in Auckland

Michael Clifford

Contact a Fire Engineer in Hamilton

Allan Hoffman

Contact a Fire Engineer in Tauranga

Paul Dempsey

Contact a Fire Engineer in Rotorua

Allan Hoffman

Contact a Fire Engineer in Wellington

Ravi Alwis

FAQs

Do I need a Fire Report for alterations to my building?

In general, any non-residential work that requires an application for building consent will require a fire report. Please contact us directly and we will discuss the regulatory requirements applicable to your building.