San Diego-based Epsilon Systems Solutions said it recently received work from the U.S. Navy that could be worth up to $53 million over three years if the customer exercises all of its options.

Under the deal, Epsilon will provide hull, mechanical and electrical system work, as well as program management, for the Southwest Regional Maintenance Center. Work will be at various locations including San Diego; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; the Pacific Northwest; and Japan. The center oversees maintenance on more than 100 surface ships and submarines, and serves other shore activities of the U.S. Pacific Fleet.

The Naval Sea Systems Command awarded the work, which is a task order under a SeaPort-Enhanced contract.

Epsilon is a veteran-owned business. Bryan Min is founder and CEO.