Administrators from PwC said they are in discussions with “a number of parties” over a possible sale of the business which has a turnover of £65m.
Enpure is based in Birmingham and offers a complete service from design through to construction.
The company established its reputation under the old Purac name which was changed to Enpure following a management buyout in 2006.
PwC said the company has been placed into administration “following a challenging period of trading in 2012 which has seen Enpure experience significant creditor pressure.”
Current contracts have been put on hold and the administrators have entered into a period of consultation with employees.
Matthew Hammond, joint administrator and PwC partner, said: “Our immediate priority is to review the existing financial position, explore available restructuring options and develop an effective strategy for the business, with a view to realising best value for the benefit of creditors.
“We are in discussion with a number of parties who have expressed interest in certain assets and contracts of the business, but would encourage any further interested parties to contact us as a matter of urgency.”