Fire Protection

We give you peace of mind

Great buildings require great design and great functionality, but it’s the people inside these buildings that matter most. Whether you’re building a football stadium, a tunnel or a commercial building, protecting people in the event of fire is an absolute priority.

We’re specialists in designing and upgrading fire hydrant, sprinkler and detection systems. We work side by side with your project team, integrating with other engineering disciplines, to determine the optimal way to protect your asset.

Our team have the vital experience your project requires and have worked on projects such as Melbourne’s The Quays, the new City of Perth Library and Sydney’s Australian Towers II. We’re also brilliant at robust and complex projects, like the new Perth Wellington Street Underground Bus Station – a project that’s required an expert team of 20 of our most talented employees.

Fire protection is an essential part of a building and for good reason. If the worst happens, you’ll be glad you were backed by Wood & Grieve.

Five reasons to use WGE Fire Protection

  • We’re at the top of our game. We keep up-to-date with the latest Australian standards and world best practice in fire protection, which means the most cutting-edge solution for you.
  • We’re extremely thorough. We leave no stone unturned and address every likely option to ensure your people and assets are protected for life.
  • We’re well connected. We have strong relationships with the local fire authorities across Australia, which means we’re abreast of the latest fire regulations and industry happenings.
  • We have depth and breadth of expertise. Our strong inter-discipline relationships across our team of more than 400 employees, means we have access to the very best ideas to meet your project needs.
  • It’s more than just sprinklers. We do highly sophisticated and specialised systems for computer rooms, mission critical spaces and high hazard storage and warehouse facilities and we provide specialty advice to help you make informed decisions on complex matters.

Our advice to clients

Reflecting on what you did last time is a good place to start your latest build.  However, don’t forget that every project is unique and all options should be considered and explored.  Remember- there is always more than one way to skin a cat!

Stephen King, Fire Section Manager, Principal

News & Articles

News July 05, 2017

WGE informs new training for managing underground assets

WGE is working with Engineering Education Australia (EEAUST) and Open Learning, on a new training module to inform the management of underground assets or subsurface utilities. Available through Open Learning in July 2017, the read more »

News July 31, 2017

WGE achieves Aon Best Employer accreditation for the seventh time

WGE have once again been accredited as Aon Hewitt Best Employer, making it six years in a row – and seven years in total. Announced on Thursday 27 July, the award reflects WGE’s continued read more »

News July 28, 2017

Monash University Building 17 Biology Building Façade and Refurbishment

WGE’s Melbourne team has been upgrading Building 17 at Monash University. Constructed in 1968, Building 17 is home to the Biology department and was due for an upgrade. The aging building had cracked facades, read more »

News July 27, 2017

One Planet Living realises a new level of sustainable living

WGE’s Sustainability team is working on the first apartment project in WA to be recognised as a One Planet Living development.

The One Planet Living Action Plan is a positive response to challenges faced in read more »