The company has 250 employees, the headquarter is in Oslo. The company serves the project and services market in large parts of South-eastern Norway and the Stockholm region in Sweden from 10 branch offices in Lillehammer, Moelv, Hamar, Raufoss, Gardermoen, Oslo, Drammen, Tønsberg, Skien and Stockholm.
Moelven Elektro offers turn-key high and low voltage electrical systems for housing and apartment complexes, healthcare institutions, office buildings and industrial plants.
As a services provider, the company has a strong emphasis on availability, punctuality and solid customer relations. Our capable and flexible electricians and technicians have wide experience with all types of installations for electrical power, industrial automation, telephony/IT, security and signalling systems.
In order to ensure optimal service, Moelven Elektro has modern service vehicles that are fully equipped with the tools and materials needed to solve most assignments. All departments have their own stock of electrical products, in addition to 24-hour service agreements with their suppliers.
Major projects are always led by local project managers from the nearest branch office, and a service electrician from the local service branch is involved in the end phase of every project. This ensures that our branch offices are able to carry out large and technically complex projects, while at the same time ensuring operational continuity and reliable maintenance of the electrical installations.
Integrated Building Management Systems
The Building Management Systems department supplies systems for regulating and monitoring all technical systems in the building. We have expertise in planning, programming, installing and running integrated systems, as well as servicing and maintaining control systems for heating, ventilation and electrotechnical systems.
The department also has expertise in planning, programming, installing and operating KNX (EIB), as well as following up and quality control of technical installations, particularly in terms of energy consumption and indoor climate.