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ENSO PROJECTS IS CELEBRATING IT’S 20 YEARS ANNIVERSARY!!!

Published: 2017-09-07

What began as a small firm by the name UAB “Perksas” with just a few members 20 years ago, has risen up to a relatively large enterprise, which dedicates most of its work to Scandinavian markets. Today head company is called UAB “Enso Projects” and has ~100 employees. Enterprise has countless achievements and accomplishments, but it wouldn’t be possible without our great employees.


Without the support of our excellent team it would never have been this huge. Every member of our team plays a very important role in the development of our company. It is for their enthusiasm, support and dedication that have brought us to this height.

We are also grateful to our partners who trusted in us to help them provide immaculate services and products. Their demands, challenges and feedbacks have pushed us to go ahead and improve vigorously. Our success story remains incomplete without the support of them. Not only have they made us a part of their lives but also helped us reach this success. UAB “Enso Projects” can’t thank them enough.


Happy anniversary to us and to everyone who is involved!

ENSO PROJECTS AND AF EMT HAVE WON “VARMEPUMPE PRISEN 2017” AWARDS

Published: 2017-04-06

Enso Projects together with its partner AF EMT has won “Varmepumpe Prisen 2017” awards as the best and most interesting heat pumps solution in the Norway 2017!


Together we have built a power plant on student campus at Moholt in Trondheim. This campus has total of 632 apartments, a 2300 m 2 nursery. Our power plant delivers total of 240 kW of energy. It has glass windows on three sides and it also has a large display, which shows all the technical data of power plant working, so students can visually see how efficient it is.

JSC Enso Projects has been approved on Säker Vatten list!

Published: 2017-04-03

JSC Enso Projects has been approved on Säker Vatten list and now we are an authorized company!


Säker Vatten is a regulatory framework that was developed by the HVAC industry to reduce the risk of water damage, legionella proliferation, burns and poisoning. Säker Vatten regulations was launched on 1 September 2005.