Professional & Field Engineering

Enthalpy Energy Services can provide multi-discipline engineering design for any of your power needs. We have licensed engineers who have worked for large engineering consulting firms and are well versed in power codes and standards. Think of us as an extension of your in-house engineering team. We can perform studies and preliminary engineering design, develop scope and cost estimates, develop specifications and perform calculations, perform bid analyses, and perform detailed design. Our team has designed and overseen the construction of new power facilities, plant betterment projects, and environmental retrofits. EES is also very experienced in the planning and design required for decommissioning power plants. See our Decommissioning Services Section for more information on this specific area of our business.


Related Project Experience

Civil/Structural Field Engineer

South Dakota Utility – Simple Cycle Station

February 2020 – Present


Enthalpy Energy Services Civil/Structural Field Engineer provided support to Utility for the construction of the new a Cycle Plant in South Dakota. The project is installing a 250 MW MHPSA M501GAC Natural Gas-Fired Combustion Turbine (CT) and associated balance of plant equipment and buildings.

Conceptual Design Engineering & Cost Estimate

South Dakota Utility – Conventional Coal-Fired Generating Station

January – April 2020


Developed conceptual design of new Water Treatment System at Coal-Fired Generating Station in Wyoming. System included a 2-Pass RO System, a DI System, a new Water Treatment Building, and a new Demin Water Tank. Design included developing data sheets for procurement of major equipment and building, developing P&IDs, developing a cost estimate, developing a schedule, and developing a detailed design engineer Scope of Work and Request for Quote document.

Design and Field Engineering Support

Oregon Utility – Conventional Coal-Fired Generating Station

February 2020 – Present


EES is performing a series of betterment projects for Conventional Coal-Fired Generating Station in Wyoming including performing SCR Steam Piping Design, Platform and Hoist Design, Pre-engineered Building Modification Design, and other miscellaneous projects. Enthalpy Energy Services is also providing Outage Field Engineering Support for the plant.

Switchyard / Catenary Support - Electrical Engineering

Arizona Utility - Conventional Coal-Fired Generating Station

February 2018 - December 2019


In conjunction with the decommissioning and demolition of the an Arizona Power Station, Enthalpy is assisting in coordination and design of retrofits to adjacent switchyards that will remain in operation after plant shutdown and decommissioning of railroad catenary to/from the nearby Coal Mine. Some tasks associated with this role include coordinating with different Utility on the redesign/retrofit of the adjacent 500 kV Switchyard, coordinating with WAPA (Bureau of Reclamation) on the redesign/retrofit of the adjacent 230 kV Switchyard, and coordinating with local Native American Nation and local Railroad Company on the design and decommissioning of the 50 kV Catenary to/from the Coal Mine.

Electrical Engineer Subject Matter Expert (SME) - Black Start

Texas Utility - Simple Cycle Generating Station

October 2018


Enthalpy Energy Services reviewed and provided comments to Station’s Black Start Procedures. Equipment included a new 2 MW Diesel generator, existing 4160V switchgear, their Main incomer, Bus Tie Breakers, and 480V station service switchgear for Load Shedding.  Provided assistance with site Construction Management, Site Personnel and Design Engineering.  Reviewed drawing design interface while streamlining the black start sequences and Relays setting integration.

Gas Turbine Technical Field Advisor (TFA)

Texas Utility - Simple Cycle Generating Station

April 2018


Enthalpy Energy Services Gas Turbine Technical Field Advisor (TFA) provided support and direction to Utility's personnel during the disassembly and reassembly of their Westinghouse 501B Combustion Turbine.