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project management services


Enthalpy works in the following services

Management Consulting – Projects


Project Structuring | Feasibility Studies

To achieve our client’s business objectives, Enthalpy promotes the need to take an integrated approach to every issue in investment development and project structuring and, hence, delivery of the outcome. In fact, Enthalpy believes no single issue can be ignored in setting project structures.

Projects and acquisitions today need to be better planned, more transparently presented, and then to be monitored and reported on, according to key performance indicators.

Independent Review Services

infrastructure project management

Competent Person Independent Peer Reviews | Gap Reviews | Project Execution Reviews

Enthalpy’s Independent Peer Review services provide concise, appropriate and accurate advice to our clients using the experience and capability of our advisory teams. We are proud of the depth and breadth of our experience base, demonstrated by the wide portfolio of major clients, key projects and industry sectors that our teams bring to assignments.


Independent Experts

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Legal Support Services

Enthalpy has provided expert witness and dirty witness services via a selection of experienced consultants. These senior consultants have worked closely with the legal teams to provide defence for major owners organisations in Mining and Oil and Gas.

Our expertise is built on a strong foundation of local and international experience built up over years of operation. This has forged Enthalpy as an independent leader willing and able to provide strong judgement and advice.

Project Delivery Services


Project Management Roles | Owner’s Representatives

Project management requires sophisticated, well-honed skills to be effective. Above all it’s the ability to plan the project, whether this is to deliver a new asset or acquire an existing business.

Achieving the plan takes dedication, discipline, resources and the skills of key personnel, focusing on key performance indicators (KPIs). KPIs should target not only the big picture of project outcomes but also the finer detail of processes to be put in place and followed through to completion by the project team.