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Martin Kealy

Martin Kealy

Director, Chartered Fire Consultant & Fellow of the Institution of Fire Engineers, Martin Kealy & Associates Ltd (MKA Fire)
Martin Kealy BSc (Hons), FIFireE PMSFPE MCIBSE MNFPA is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Fire Engineers. Martin has over thirty years’ experience in fire and Life safety engineering delivering projects in the UK, USA, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. His experience spans a variety of large and prestigious landmark projects, including some of the tallest buildings in the world, providing expert advice from concept to final design. These projects include: Airport terminal buildings, high-rise buildings, retail malls and transport interchange buildings working to many internationally recognized standards and especially British Standards, IBC and National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA). Martin is widely published at technical conferences and in technical journals and has contributed to key fire design guides including:CIBSE Guide E Fire Safety EngineeringChairman of the 2019 Steering Committee of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers Design Guide on Fire Safety Engineering. He previously authored two sections on Fire Dynamics and on Smoke Control design.Construction Site Fire Safety 2019. Martin is the author of the section on Construction Site Fire Safety for isurv which is an online knowledge tool for all professionals working in the built environment developed by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.CIBSE Building Design in Extreme EnvironmentsAuthor of the Fire and Life Safety sections for the 2014 & 2017 Arid Guide and new Tropical Guide Safety in Tall BuildingsLead IFE representative and fire advisor for the Institute of Structural Engineers working group dealing with the design implications of tall buildings following 9/11. Published in 2002British Standard BS9999 Means of Escape SectionLead author of the first version of BS9999 Means of Escape Section.