1. What is Sega?

Sega is an engineering and technical services firm dedicated to services associated with energy production and power delivery. We provide engineering expertise in the areas of electrical generation, transmission, distribution, and substation, construction, controls, plant betterment, training simulators, plant information management, industrial controls, steam generation, and field services.


2. What are Sega’s specialties?

Our major service areas are energy, information technology, and field services. The services we are best known for are power plant controls upgrades, combustion turbines, and field control services. We have experts in several disciplines including electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, structural engineering, software development, project management, and more.


3. Will Sega do custom projects?

We will listen to your unique requirements and craft a solution to your problem that will provide the most value for your investment. Our size allows us to be flexible in our work methodology. We can put individual attention on your project and work to your schedule. We can scope a project in phases or work as part of a prime/subcontract. No project is too small to consider.


4. How do I contact Sega?

Please see the information on the Contact Us page.


5. How do I get more information?

We would be happy to mail, email, or fax brochures on available services, project profiles, client lists, and more. You can also call, email, or mail your request. Please visit the Contact Us page for more information.


6. Where is Sega?

Sega is located in Overland Park, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City. Visit the Location page for more information.


7. What hours can I contact you?

The non-summer hours for the main office are 7:30 to 5:00, Monday through Friday. The summer hours (Memorial Day to Labor Day) are 7:30 to 5:00, Monday through Thursday and 8:00 to 12:00 on Friday. You can leave a message at any time on our general office voicemail box at 913-681-2881.


8. How many people does Sega employ?

Sega has over 130 employees. We have a diverse staff of professionally licensed engineers, programmers, technicians, drafters, technical writers, operational support staff, and administrative staff.


9. What is Plant Betterment?

Plant Betterment is Sega’s term for investments that improve the efficiency and longevity of existing plants and facilities. Examples of plant betterment projects include feasibility studies for capital expenditures, complete engineer/construction upgrades, control equipment upgrades, software enhancements, maintenance and calibration services, performance studies, and more. See the Plant Betterment page for more information.


1o. What is Power Delivery?

Power Delivery is an industry term for those facilities responsible for the transportation of electrical power from the point of generation to the end user. This includes transmission and distribution lines, either overhead or underground, and substations where the electrical power can be stepped up to a higher voltage or stepped down to a lower voltage depending on the application and need of the end user. Engineering of these facilities requires the coordination of electrical, civil, and structural disciplines. See the Power Delivery page for more information.


11. What does Sega stand for?

When Sega was started in 1973, the letters stood for Specialized Electronics and Graphics Arts. In 1982, after our business direction focused on energy industry services, the acronym was dropped and the name was changed to “Sega”.


12. Are you related with the game company?

Although we like to have fun, we know our clients take their business very seriously. We pronounce the “e” in our name with a long “e” vowel sound, not a long “a” sound like the game company. So, no, we are not associated with the game company.