Luke Fegan


Luke Fegan

Luke Fegan


Luke is a 2004 graduate of Trinity College Dublin with an honours degree in Structural & Civil Engineering, thereafter he focused on specialising in the field of Fire Safety Engineering, including a Post Graduate Diploma in Fire Safety Practice in TCD and a Masters in Fire Safety Engineering in the University of Ulster.

Luke became a Chartered Engineer in 2007 and has extensive professional design and site experience as Senior Fire Safety Engineer on many key national projects. He has been responsible for the delivery of buildings across a broad range of sectors including Healthcare, Commerical, Retail & Residential and Heritage Buildings.

He combines a deep technical understanding with a wealth of practical experience on site.

Luke’s technical experience includes higher order fire engineering modelling with the successful application of computer modelling including computational fluid dynamics & evacuation modelling.

Luke is the Partner at MJP in charge of delivery of Access Consultancy services for the Practice and has undertaken a post graduate course in accessibility with the University of Ulster.

Luke’s respected status within the Industry is evidenced by his invitational role as an external examiner on the Letterkenny IT Fire Engineering degree where he offered peer review of syllabus, examination paper design and performance and his role as a Fire Engineering lecturer on the Level 8 Fire Engineering Degree in DIT. Luke as an An Bord Pleanala inspector has reported on a number of appeals on behalf of the Board in recent times including fire and accessibility.

Luke is currently involved in the co-writing of Georgian townhouse study commissioned by Dublin City Council.

Luke has been invited to speak at a number of national fire safety related conferences included the Irish Building Control Institute 2015, Institute of Fire Engineers 2015 and the Construction Industry Federation 2015.