John Rigby

With over 19 years of experience in fire safety and the regulatory framework, John is a Member of the Institution of Fire Engineers, a Chartered Surveyor, and a Chartered Building Engineer. He also holds an IFE and IFSM accredited diploma in Fire Stopping Inspection.

As an ex-Approved Inspector, John has extensive experience of consulting with the Fire Authority and through his knowledge of the Building Control system and the Building Regulations is able to reduce approvals and compliance risks. John’s passion for fire safety and interest in bespoke solutions led him into fire engineering. With invaluable site experience, he understands how buildings are constructed. John’s approach is based on an understanding of design objectives that include life safety, business continuity and property protection. He is experienced in assessing and designing fire safety engineered solutions for a range of different buildings, ensuring the financial, aesthetic and functional aspirations of each scheme are met where possible, whilst maintaining an appropriate level of fire safety.

With over 19 years of experience in fire safety and the regulatory framework, John is a Member of the Institution of Fire Engineers, a Chartered Surveyor, and a Chartered Building Engineer. He also holds an IFE and IFSM accredited diploma in Fire Stopping Inspection.

As an ex-Approved Inspector, John has extensive experience of consulting with the Fire Authority and through his knowledge of the Building Control system and the Building Regulations is able to reduce approvals and compliance risks. John’s passion for fire safety and interest in bespoke solutions led him into fire engineering. With invaluable site experience, he understands how buildings are constructed. John’s approach is based on an understanding of design objectives that include life safety, business continuity and property protection. He is experienced in assessing and designing fire safety engineered solutions for a range of different buildings, ensuring the financial, aesthetic and functional aspirations of each scheme are met where possible, whilst maintaining an appropriate level of fire safety.