With more than 100 Project Management Professionals, Enthalpy has offices in Brisbane, Australia and Chile, with representative offices in Melbourne, Australia and Toronto, Canada. From these locations and over the past 25 years, Enthalpy has conducted more than 600 projects around the globe from Scandinavia to South America. Enthalpy is a truly global company.
Since its formation in 1988, Enthalpy has served the project development and implementation needs of the international mining, resource, energy and utilities industries.
By using the best project management people, Enthalpy’s teams deliver capital investment outcomes with proven and prescriptive processes and systems underpinning the structures.
After originating in the Australian mining sector in the late 1980s, Enthalpy by the 1990s was operating in diverse locations ranging from the Andes in Argentina to the forests of Arctic Sweden.
Many assignments with an international flavour have been completed, with the fundamental principles of disciplined project management proving to be effective across the globe.
While mining originally dominated Enthalpy’s experience, the energy, utilities and infrastructure sectors have demanded Enthalpy’s continued commitment.
The same proven techniques and personnel skills have been found to translate easily across projects and industries.
Built up through 20 years of “real world experience”, our CIS enables clients to understand the risks associated with a project investment and apply proven, rigorous processes to manage those risks.
The System draws upon a Six Phase approach – from scoping to closure – to optimise our client’s investment choices and derive sustainable assets and businesses.
The objective of the Project Controls System is to maintain effective control of studies and projects and to provide motivation for Study and Project management teams to successfully complete studies and deliver projects which meet the overall objective stated above. The Project Controls System provides the processes necessary for achieving these objectives.
The objectives will only be achieved if the Project Controls are well defined and implemented. The Enthalpy Project Controls System requires a set of Minimum Standards and Procedures to be adopted and incorporated into the Study or Project contractor procedures, applied by Enthalpy personnel in managing the Study or Project contractor, and included in the procedures for activities managed by Enthalpy directly.