endstate: ('end,stet) n. the specified situation at the successful completion of the final phase

When we formed Endstate in 2002, the choice of our company name was not lightly made.  In keeping with the definition of our name, we maintain a strong focus on determining, and then achieving the outcomes that our clients desire, with the presumption that our clients' goals become our own.

Today, more than a decade on, we have grown to become a multi-disciplinary consulting firm with a strong strategic outcomes focus.  We field professionals with post graduate qualifications in engineering, mining, environmental, project management and communications, backed by management systems founded on the ISO31000 – Risk Management Standard.

At Endstate, rather than only satisfy our clients, we seek to delight them.

Latest Endstate News

1.09.2014 Greg Fackender has commenced with WestConnex Delivery Authority on Stage1B (M4 East).

Greg is assisting WDA in the establishment of its project management methodology,…

17.08.2014 Greg Nicholls has successfully commenced the construction of a new grain terminal at Port Kembla

Working with Eyre International, Greg is providing Superintendence for the design…

1.03.2013 Welcome to Endstate’s new website

Ant Design partnered with us to create Endstate’s new website. A special thank-you…

1.03.2013 Our role as the Specialist Facility Management Advisor on the SICEEP development at Darling Harbour

Centre, particularly our role in the 2011 asset condition review, Endstate’s…

28.02.2013 Our decade long involvement with the iconic Pyrmont Bridge at Darling Harbour continues…

Our involvement with the Darling Harbour icon continues, and Endstate is currently…

28.02.2013 Sydney Office: Endstate is undertaking design of new footpaths at Australian Technology Park

Endstate’s Craig Wimble is currently working with ATPSL to improve their footpath…

28.02.2013 The redevelopment of MCS Cooks River Rail Terminal at St Peters is complete.

Endstate has recently completed the management of the $5million redevelopment of…

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