Ray Quinn

Ray Quinn is a Director with BB7 specialising in fire safety engineering. For 20 years Ray has been providing fire safety engineering advice throughout the UK and Ireland with his early career spent in London.

Ray has provided fire engineering advice on a wide range of complex projects including mixed use developments, airport terminals, shopping centres, large healthcare and educational premises, high rise offices, apartments, hotel developments, historic buildings and large distribution warehousing. Ray has also provided specialist advice on the incorporation of atria in buildings.
Most recently, Ray has led the development of the fire engineering strategies on the new world class Cavendish III Physics Laboratories at Cambridge University (~£300M) and the new National Maternity Hospital in Dublin (~€300M). Ray also led the development of fire engineering strategies for a number of large schemes in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter including the iconic Titanic Belfast building (~£100M).
Ray has lectured on Human Behaviour in Fire, Fire Dynamics, Smoke Control in Complex Buildings, Fire Safety Engineering and Principles of Fire Safety in Healthcare Premises. He has been a part time lecturer in Fire Engineering Design at University of Ulster’s MSc Fire Safety Engineering course since 2004. Ray is a Chartered Engineer and a member of Engineers Ireland and the Institution of Fire Engineers.

Ray Quinn is a Director with BB7 specialising in fire safety engineering. For 20 years Ray has been providing fire safety engineering advice throughout the UK and Ireland with his early career spent in London.

Ray has provided fire engineering advice on a wide range of complex projects including mixed use developments, airport terminals, shopping centres, large healthcare and educational premises, high rise offices, apartments, hotel developments, historic buildings and large distribution warehousing. Ray has also provided specialist advice on the incorporation of atria in buildings.
Most recently, Ray has led the development of the fire engineering strategies on the new world class Cavendish III Physics Laboratories at Cambridge University (~£300M) and the new National Maternity Hospital in Dublin (~€300M). Ray also led the development of fire engineering strategies for a number of large schemes in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter including the iconic Titanic Belfast building (~£100M).
Ray has lectured on Human Behaviour in Fire, Fire Dynamics, Smoke Control in Complex Buildings, Fire Safety Engineering and Principles of Fire Safety in Healthcare Premises. He has been a part time lecturer in Fire Engineering Design at University of Ulster’s MSc Fire Safety Engineering course since 2004. Ray is a Chartered Engineer and a member of Engineers Ireland and the Institution of Fire Engineers.