GBA Master Series, Inc., a software developer with headquarters in Overland Park, KS, recently welcomed Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB), a civil engineering firm with headquarters in Watertown, MA, as the newest member of the gbaMS Masters of Business Alliance (MBA) program.

Recognizing expertise in a constantly growing and changing marketplace set the foundation for the newly formalized agreement between the established developer of public works and water resources infrastructure management software and the engineering firm offering integrated transportation, land development and environmental services for public, private and institutional clients. VHB has twenty years of experience implementing pavement and infrastructure management systems.

The MBA is a program designed to enhance the business development of civil engineering consulting firms. As a member, VHB will have the authority to implement the full product line of GBA Master Series infrastructure management software applications. To complement the software applications, VHB will provide necessary services including data conversion and collection, mapping and integration with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), customized integration with other enterprise applications, and software training.

Source: GBA, Dec. 1, 2004