CPR SeaPort-E Scope

Seaport-e Functional Areas

CPR provides services under the Seaport-e Functional Areas:
3.1 Research and Development Support
3.2 Engineering, System Engineering, and Process Engineering Support (including Environmental Services)
3.18 Training Support

Services we provide have the following classifications:

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)

541330 - Engineering Services
541620 - Environmental Consulting Services
541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
562910 - Remediation Services

Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)


Product Service Codes (PSC)
B517 - Study/Geological


CPR SeaPort Zones

CPR takes advantage of its wide distribution of capabilities by supporting SeaPort efforts in Zone 6:

Zone 6 – Southwest Zone

CPR's main facility is located in Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii.


CPR SeaPort Task Orders

Task Order 1

Contract/Delivery Order
Award Date


CPR SeaPort Team Members

Company Name
Business Size
Point of Contact
Central Planet Repair LLC

Tel: (808) 216-6555

Fax: (808) 621-6434



CPR Team Experience

Functional Area
Contract Number
Prime or Sub
Date Completed
Central Planet Repair LLC
3.1 R&D Support
Site Development of ARDEL T&E Facility, Barking Sands, Kauai
Central Planet Repair LLC
3.2 Engineering Support
Groundwater Modelling of Carbon Tetrachloride Plume at former NAVMAG Waikele, Hawaii


Quality Assurance

CPR has developed and implemented a Quality Management System (QMS) that is fully compliant with ISO 9001:2008 standards.

Applicable to all projects are certain elements of the QMS. These include fundamental Good Business Practices, such tasks as establish strong customer relations, Documentation Control, Control of Quality Records, Procurement Control, Continual Improvement, and Control of Nonconforming Product.

Central Planet Repair LLC ensures quality across the products and services we provide. Our ISO 9001 Standard QA plan, which provides for customer acceptance and feedback on all contract deliverables, will be instituted on all contract tasking and includes the following:

  • Peer review required prior to products being delivered
  • Quality Assurance form submitted with every deliverable product for customer assessment and comments, in terms of quality, timeliness and completeness
  • Formal interviews with customers for contract support feedback and use of the results to evaluate our processes and determine if any changes need to be made
  • Opportunities for staff training to continue improvement of their skill sets, thereby, increasing the knowledge base, raising the level of quality and improving responsiveness
  • Document task performance and establish a “Lessons Learned“ database accessible from our Website. Lessons learned would also be briefed to project subcontractors to ensure successes are known and can be implemented in other tasks across NAVSEA and problem areas are identified with problem resolutions shared so pitfalls can be avoided on other tasks.

Evaluate each team member using the Integrated Risk Assessment (IRA). Specific areas of quality, business relations, responsiveness, cost, schedule, technical and management will be addressed.

The "Quality Management System. Integrated Manual" is available upon request to ned@geochemist.net

Customer Satisfaction

Points of Contact Table:

Top Level Contract Number
Task Order/CLIN Number
Project Description
Contract Administrator


CPR SeaPort Contacts

For information related to the Seaport-e Program contact:

CPR Seaport Program Manager
Work Phone: (808) 216-6555
E-mail: ned@geochemist.net