About Us


Established in 2020, Engimech Consulting is a building services engineering consulting practice based in Christchurch, New Zealand serving the commercial and residential building sectors.  We offer mechanical and hydraulic designs for both commercial and residential buildings.  We also offer Healthy Homes Assessment to help landlords and property managers to achieve compliance with the Healthy Homes Standards for their properties which are coming into effect on 1st July 2021.


It is always our aim to partner with our clients to provide them with qualified, independent and effective professional services in a cost-effective manner that meet the requirements of their buildings.

It is our approach to work closely with our clients by working with them and for them, at the same time not compromising our professional ethical values.  We work in a collaborative manner with our clients and have the flexibility to work in roles that suit our clients’ needs whether as a consultant, contractor, secondment to their organisations, or in support role.  We believe such arrangement is beneficial to our clients giving them the flexibility to engage us according to their project timeline and when the need arises.



Position:  Director / Mechanical Engineer

Kee is a mechanical engineer and founder of Engimech Consulting.  Kee is a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) and International Professional Engineer (IntPE(NZ)).  He graduated from University of Canterbury with Bachelor of Engineering (BE (Hons)) in mechanical engineering and Master of Engineering Management (MEM).  He has more than ten years of experience working across a wide range of industries including power, water & wastewater and building services.

For the last ten years, Kee has been actively involved in various major projects around Christchurch rebuilding Christchurch after the devastating the earthquakes that struck Christchurch in 2010 and 2011.  He has been involved in the design and rebuild of horizontal infrastructure specifically water and wastewater infrastructure, and more recently in vertical rebuild of new buildings around Christchurch and also wider South Island.