Fire Engineering is a specialised technical field that uses design, modelling, and technology to develop safe buildings and structures. Chester has an in-house team of dedicated Fire Engineers with collective experience totalling over 80 years.

Typically this type of report is required if your development involves the following:

  • Terraced Houses
  • Apartment
  • Warehouses
  • Commercial / Retail Developments

Typically this type of report is required if your development involves changing the use case of the building. Some examples include:

  • Office to Apartment
  • Warehouse to office
  • Commercial to Residential

Typically this type of report is required if your development involves changing the use case of the building. Some examples include:

  • Building Extension
  • Construction of Mezzanine Floor
  • Internal Fitout
  • Internal portioning e.g. open plan to individual rooms

Typically this type of report is required  if you are subdividing an existing building:

  • Residential Unit Subdivision
  • Commercial Unit Subdivision

Typically an evacuation scheme is required if your development includes:

  • Buildings that can hold 100 or more people.
  • Buildings where 10 or more people work.
  • Buildings where 6 or more people sleep, unless there are 3 or fewer households.
  • Buildings storing certain levels of hazardous substances.
  • Buildings used for early childhood, medical, and disabled care services, unless the building is a normal home.
  • Prisons and holding cells.