Fire Safety and Protection Solutions

Fire Protection Services Overview

Fire Protection Services Overview

With extensive experience in fire asset management and related technology, we offer superior outcomes in tenant safety, improved fire protection system reliability, lower cost of ownership and building return on investment. Our specialist fire services encompass the full life cycle of fire safety and protecting assets – including: construction, maintenance, service, compliance, training and upgrades.


We work with your team to design fire safety solutions to protect your most valuable assets – your people.




Engineering Design

Fire detection systems and alarms

We design, develop, install and maintain a range of fire detection and alarm systems. Fire detection technologies include smoke, thermal, flame, high sensitivity aspirated smoke detection and video smoke detection.

Automatic fire sprinkler systems

By assessing your building in terms of occupancy, operation and fire risk, we design, install and commission reliable, cost-effective end-to-end automatic sprinkler systems to protect your people and property.

Fire extinguishers

We conduct a fire safety risk assessment for your site and design, install, test and service the most suitable fire extinguishers to meet relevant legislation, workplace health and safety requirements and Australian and New Zealand Standards Compliance.

Special hazards

We can maintain and service a range of gaseous agent fire extinguishing systems suitable for special hazards and situations in commercial and industrial applications.

Passive fire protection

To minimise the spread of harmful flames, hot gases and smoke throughout the building, we can design, install, maintain, test, and repair fire doors and other passive fire systems.

Exit and emergency lighting

When it comes to emergencies and the need for occupants to evacuate a building safely, we can provide a comprehensive site risk assessment and recommend the correct placement for exit and emergency lighting. Furthermore, we can develop and deploy all the required assets to implement your building’s evacuation plan.

Fire order upgrades

If your building has been issued with a Fire Order Upgrade, Grosvenor has expertise in managing the order from an initial NCC assessment report through to commissioning and certification of works.


We design, install, commission and test a suitable fire safety and protection system to meet all compliance of relevant standards and regulations. Our experienced team of engineers will incorporate the fire systems to allow seamless integration within the building fabric, resulting in enhanced protection and cost effectiveness. At hand-over, you will receive: Performance reports; Australian and New Zealand Standards Certification; Training on all equipment; Quality Assurance Statement; and Warranty.

Legislative Obligations for Maintenance

Fire Protection Services FAQs

Fire protection systems keep the building and its occupants safe in the event of a fire hazard. They provide safe means of evacuation in case of emergency, reducing the risk of harm for everyone involved.

We offer maintenance, repair, construction, and design work for all fire safety and protection assets within a commercial building. Services include:

  • Fire detection systems and alarms
  • Automatic fire sprinkler systems
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Special hazard protection
  • Exit and emergency lighting
  • Fire compliance

Active fire protection systems detect and proactively extinguish fires. Active fire equipment includes early detection fire alarm panels and sprinkler protection systems. Passive fire protection systems, on the other hand, provide constant containment, preventing fires from spreading further. Examples include fire doors, which keep fire and smoke from spreading to other rooms for up to 3 hours.

Emergency lighting can be carried during normal operating hours provided that: 

A. There is an emergency testing circuit installed.

B. The regular house lighting is not connected to the emergency lighting.

Fire panels, Fire pumps, and EWIS (Emergency Warning and Intercommunication Systems) require monthly testing to detect any damage and avoid malfunctions during an emergency.

Fire alarm panels are activated in different ways, depending on the installation. They may be connected to various sensors, such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, and flame detectors, or they may be activated through manual break glass points. Upon the activation of an alarm, the system will project tones and sirens through the premises, directing building occupants to evacuate.

Fire extinguishers are classified as dangerous goods and cannot be disposed of at your household chemical waste collection and/or curbside collection. When our team replaces or upgrades your fire extinguisher, we will ensure that it is safely removed from the site and disposed of accordingly.

An AFSS includes all of the essential fire safety measures a building must adhere to, and must be issued each year. The statement verifies that an accredited fire safety practitioner has inspected the site and confirmed that the exit systems in the building comply with regulations and Australian standards.