Ship Repair and Modernization Projects

Over 500 employees support the repair and modernization of submarines, surface ships and aircraft carriers.

Epsilon Systems has over 125,000 square feet of repair and modernization facilities in Portsmouth, VA, Mayport, FL, San Diego, CA and Pearl Harbor, HI.

Capabilities include:

  • Electrical generating/distribution systems refurbishment, modernization, repair, test and evaluation
  • Shipboard modernization using Alteration Installation Teams (AIT)
  • Pre-installation fabrication of shipboard modernization AIT kits
  • Over 20 years’ experience manufacturing hyperbaric and diver life-support systems
  • Fly-away teams support OCONUS locations, for example:
    • Japan, Singapore, Persian Gulf, Guam, Greece, Africa
  • Certified to perform SUBSAFE work on all classes of submarines, Epsilon Systems’ culture is bound to the safety requirements, focus, and accountability that merit this certification
Fleet of ships at sea.
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Christian Senyk/Released

Primary Customers



Ship Repair and Modernization

Ship and Submarine Modernization and Repair

  • Surface ship and submarine modernization
  • Ship repair and maintenance
  • Systems engineering, design and manufacturing
  • Shipyard support services
  • Piping system cleaning and flushing
  • Hyperbaric and diver life-support system design, manufacture, installation, overhaul and repair
  • Barge maintenance and conversion
  • Epsilon Eastern Operations located in Portsmouth, VA
  • Epsilon Western Operations located in San Diego
Ship and Submarine – Modernization, Repair and Manufacturing
Repair and Maintenance
Submarie at sea, submerging near the surface.
U.S. Navy photo by Jonathan W. Hutto/Released

CVN Maintenance and Logistics Support

  • Aircraft carrier repair, maintenance and modernization
  • AIT, MACHALT and SCD installations
  • Program and project management
  • Aviation logistics and supply chain management
    • Warehousing and kitting
    • Procurement, receipt and storage
    • Long Lead Time Material (LLTM) identification
  • Pre-production planning
  • Pre-fabrication
Assessments and Readiness
Aircraft carrier at sea.
: U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 3rd Class Shannon E. Renfroe

Hyperbaric and Diver Life-Support

  • Over 20 years’ experience manufacturing hyperbaric and diver life-support systems
    • Contract/project execution supported from design phase to final product
    • Air pressurization, breathing systems (air and oxygen), fire extinguishing, etc.
  • Oxygen clean various products including hoses, components, piping systems, etc. to MIL-STD-1330/MIL-STD-1622
    • Class 10,000/ISO 7 equivalent cleanroom to support this capability
Hyperbaric system.