From the outset, we apply unique yet sound Fire Engineering principles and skills in generating performance solutions appropriate to these types of facilities.
We pride ourselves on the understanding of how these types of facilities operate and the codes that govern their design (both building envelope and fire safety systems).
There are also opportunities to review the operational and construction requirements of these facilities and engineer solutions for the often limiting codes.
Some of the unique aspects of Entertainment & Leisure facilities from a fire viewpoint are:
|Architect||Woods Bagot & SJB|
Breathing new life into Brisbane’s historic buildings, left dormant for decades; the Howard Smith Wharves project is a new entertainment and lifestyle precinct set beneath the iconic Story Bridge. The $200 million development features dining, accommodation, carparking, events and community spaces.
|Location||Burwood East, Vic|
Reading’s new state-of-the-art 6-screen-cinema-complex will showcase the Gold standard in Australian cinema. Opening in 2019, the complex will form part of the newly developed retail precinct within Burwood Brickworks, which Omnii provided Fire Engineering services for as a whole.
|Client||The Royal National Agricultural
and Industrial Association of Queensland
|Architect||Ceccato Hall & Associates|
& Fire Protection
Established in 1842, the RNA owns and operates the Brisbane Showgrounds, welcoming almost 300 events every year. Construction of a new multipurpose pavilion was established to support multiple configurations including; Ekka, Exhibition, Concert, Oktoberfest and carpark modes.