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.
Likewise, the demands for speed and higher returns from a project are constantly growing, and so only the best-integrated, business driven structures are able to achieve the desired project outcomes.
By properly structuring a project, Enthalpy enables the possibility of linking business and external influences into a project or acquisition process.
Enthalpy has extensive experience in a wide range of project structures created by different forms of project implementation strategies, financial frameworks, contracting plans and technology demands. Enthalpy has learned there is no preset, optimum structure – except that it must be the best for our clients and their stakeholders.
Flexibility is a key to success, with project structures having to change to suit project demands from time to time. In Enthalpy’s experience, organisations that structure projects rigidly often find that, as events unfold, the structures in fact create unfavourable responses.
As part of its work, Enthalpy has now developed techniques for use in multidiscipline workshops to identify, evaluate and select the optimum project structures for any opportunity.
Enthalpy’s procedures and standards for feasibility studies are the result of our experience, in fact, it was Enthalpy staff who first recommended – after being involved in or managing large numbers of feasibility studies for clients – that rigorous processes and standards needed to be set for study outcomes, deliverables and processes.
The result is a body of knowledge that defines the best in class procedures and the minimum standards needed to be achieved. While some of this knowledge exists in part within industry bodies, companies and contractors, only Enthalpy offers a fully developed and integrated feasibility study system.