In today's increasingly digital world, robust data centres are crucial. EFLA draws on vast engineering experience to undertake the design, commissioning and testing of data centres in the Nordics and beyond.
Specialist engineering services
Data is transforming our world at an ultra-fast pace. It takes vision and highly specialized skills to design data centres that will last for years to come. At EFLA, we are ready for the challenge. With our multidisciplinary team of specialists, we can take on all aspects of engineering services for data centres of any tier rating. We have got extensive experience in the design of substations, power distribution systems, mechanical control systems, programming, IST tests, project management and more. Let us be your partner for the whole project lifecycle, from feasibility studies to environmental impact assessments (EIAs), and from permit application processes to lifecycle assessments (LCAs).
Quality and efficiency
EFLA is one of the most highly regarded engineering services firms in Iceland, frequently partnering with general contractors to offer turnkey solutions. We are certified in quality management systems (ISO 9001) and environmental management systems (ISO 45001), and always strive to maximize quality while sticking to agreed timelines and budgets. Using the latest software, we deliver high standard engineering documents to our clients. All engineering goes through an internal review process before sign-off. Even after hand-over to our clients, our partnership continues: we offer ongoing support should any problems arise. That is what we mean by a first-class service.
Data centres for the future
With EFLA as your engineering partner, your vision becomes a reality. It could be a greenfield or a brownfield installation; a standalone data centre, or one that is part of a larger construction project. Underpinned by our engineering excellence, your data centre will provide secure, reliable computing networks and storage for all essential applications for future decades. And in our data-driven world, that is essential for all of us.