Markets - Power GenerationSega provides a wide variety of engineering and technical services associated with the generation of steam and electricity. We apply proven technologies to lower our clients’ energy production costs and improve reliability. Our projects range from solving maintenance and operations problems at existing facilities to the designing and building of complete new plants.

As the generating fleet ages, reliable power supply becomes more challenging. Additionally, changing environmental regulations often require difficult and costly decisions regarding plant modifications or even decommissioning. You need a firm with a proven track record of delivering successful steam and electric generation projects of high quality at a competitive price.

Sega provides the services to plan, permit, procure, design, construct, start-up, and manage your power generation projects. We provide our knowledge and offer unbiased advice to help you evaluate your energy options and make investment decisions.

Sega provides the technical professionals to complete your plant’s design. We can serve as an Owner’s Engineer, Detailed Design Engineer, or as the engineer on an EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction) team. Our civil, controls, electrical, mechanical, and structural engineers, together with our technicians, document specialists, and project managers, provide the capabilities to deliver both small and large full-scope projects.

The following is a list of common electric generation services:

Preparation and Evaluation

  • Site evaluation, selection, and planning
  • Feasibility studies
  • Fuel analysis
  • Cost analysis
  • Decommissioning studies for individual sites or fleetwide


  • Contract management
  • Vendor management
  • Bid evaluation
  • Shop test witnessing
  • Factory checkout (shop inspection)

Project Management

  • Schedule development
  • Vendor and contractor coordination
  • Project status reporting
  • Project controls
  • Project communication

Construction, Startup and Commissioning

  • Construction management
  • Startup and commissioning activities
  • Equipment checkout
  • Training coordination
  • Punch lists and contract closeout
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