Supporting our clients to deliver energy infrastructure projects

Core Services

Enscope provides project development, project management, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning in support of energy infrastructure developments.

Typical projects and facilities we have been engaged to support include:

Enscope can deliver EPCM and EPC projects direct for clients, or can support our clients and partners as part of an integrated project team.

We also undertake stand-alone analyses and assessments to help define the scope, cost and schedule for prospective projects, or to support the needs of existing assets.

Our team comprises project managers, designers, construction managers, engineers, commissioning technicians and trade qualified electrical and instrumentation technicians capable of fulfilling typical functional roles in EPC and EPCM-style project delivery organisations, or as part of the construction contractor’s team.

From concept Pre-FID, FEED through to final construction, completions and commissioning

Our Skills

We are adept at achieving successful commercial and technical outcomes value application of our core skills comprising: project definition, project management and execution, engineering and targeted problem solving.


  • Project cost modelling for whole of project estimating: Owner’s costs; engineering design; procurement; fabrication; construction; commissioning.
  • Risk-based estimate sensitivities: our in-house developed cost model includes integrated risk-based cost analysis to derive high and low probabilistic estimates.
  • Top-down and first-principles cost estimating.
  • Project execution options and contracting strategies: ECI; EPC; EPCM; BOOM; lump sum; reimbursable and cost-plus; managing contractor; rates; day works and schedule based formats.
  • Project risk identification and assessments.
  • Scheduling and programming of full project activities and deliverables.
  • Value engineering.
  • Liaison with municipal and state authorities for code, legislative and regulatory compliance.


  • Contract preparation and market pricing analysis through to hard money pricing and award.
  • Bonus, incentive, gain/pain share commercial contract structuring based on industry KPIs and client/project drivers.
  • Technical and commercial tender review and selection.
  • Equipment and material procurement: major equipment & long-leads; packaged equipment; minor equipment; valves; instrumentation; piping materials; line pipe; electrical cables; construction equipment.
  • Logistics management, expediting, inspection and receipting.
  • Contract management, cost tracking and forecasting.
  • Package engineering.


  • Commissioning planning and preparation: pre-commissioning & commissioning procedures; HAZIDs; permitting; coordination of regulatory approvals.
  • Inspection of construction records.
  • Pre-commissioning and commissioning readiness.
  • Vendor FAT and SAT attendance and coordination.
  • Systems handover and final punchlisting.
  • On-site commissioning management and engineering to complete precommissioning, commissioning and performance testing.
  • Self delivery of electrical and instrumentation work.
  • Compilation and handover of final commissioning records and commissioning dossier.


  • Technical definition and basis of design: functional performance requirements; ambient conditions & environmental design criteria; codes, standards & specifications; multi-discipline engineering design criteria.
  • Hysys process modelling.
  • Engineering management, engineering coordination.
  • Detailed design.
  • Multi-discipline: process; mechanical & piping; pipelines; electrical; instrumentation & control systems.
  • Drafting.
  • 3D modelling.


  • Project management.
  • Project life cycle scheduling and planning.
  • Site management and project engineering.
  • Multi-discipline construction and construction management: civil; structural, mechanical & piping; electrical & instrumentation; pipelines.
  • Self delivery of electrical and instrumentation work.
  • Health & safety management.
  • Environmental management.
  • Quality assurance & quality control.
  • Constructability, safety risk assessments.
  • Plans, procedures, work packs, JHAs / safe work method statements.
  • Construction documentation and records: MDR; ITPs; FICs; ITRs; material certificates & traceability; fabrication records & weld maps; qualification & competency records; inspection & test records; as-built documentation.


  • Facility and equipment handover to Operations.
  • Training of Operations staff.
  • Documentation and maintenance mapping.
  • Spare part and inventory mapping.
  • Retrofitting, debottlenecking, control system upgrades.
  • Implementation of aftermarket vendor products and upgrades.
  • Plant integrity inspections.
  • Operational plant augmentation / upgrades.
  • Overhaul coordination.
  • Shutdown planning and management.
  • Decommissioning and demolition.

Operations engagement, knowledge transfer and handover