IT Solutions for the Capital Facilities Industry

Most IT consultants do it Right: they can successfully deploy a preconceived solution. But do they always do the Right Thing?

Kristine Fallon Associates, Inc. (KFA) emphasizes finding the right solutions for our clients’ specific needs, then implements those solutions the right way.

Doing the Right Thing Right makes a big difference.

KFA was founded in 1993 to provide Information Technology (IT) consulting and services to the capital facilities industry. Clients include public agencies, corporate facility groups, manufacturers, design and construction firms, and technology providers. Our mission is to bring complete and effective IT solutions to our clients. Our client references and awards prove that we deliver what we promise.

KFA History:

For a chronological timeline of KFA’s history, starting in 1993, click here.

Awards and Recognitions:

KFA has established a long-standing reputation for outstanding quality and performance. Our work has been widely recognized by numerous organizations. For additional information on KFA’s awards and recognitions click here.


Gregory A. Bush, Jr.
Gregory A. Bush, Jr.President and CEO
Gregory A. Bush, Jr. is KFA President and CEO and has more than 10 years of experience in computer software and support services. In addition to SaaS and online collaboration and project management expertise, Bush has hands-on experience managing large scale IT systems. He was previously Manager of IT for a national real estate network where he developed online real estate management technologies. He also designed, implemented and managed data center redundant Web servers for two internet companies.
Kristine K. Fallon, FAIA
Kristine K. Fallon, FAIAFounder
Kristine K. Fallon is a licensed architect and pioneer in applying information technology to architecture, engineering, and facility management since the 1970’s. She founded Kristine Fallon Associates, Inc. in 1993 to focus on the use of information technology in the capital facilities industry. She has helped architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) firms, and corporate and governmental facilities groups nationwide evaluate and implement technology systems. She also developed and, for a decade, taught a graduate level course entitled Computer Integrated Project Delivery in Northwestern University McCormick School of Engineering’s Master of Project Management Program.
Peter L. Urban, PMP
Peter L. Urban, PMPVice President
Peter Urban is KFA Vice President and a PMI-certified Project Management Professional. He is a specialist in software solutions for the design, construction and facility management industry, with deep expertise in the specification, design, configuration, testing, training and support of web-based capital project management solutions for design and construction programs.

Urban was involved with the CTA project collaboration and management system since its initial implementation in 2001 and played a major role in developing process workflows and training materials for the system, as well as participating in ISO quality audits and testing pre-release system features.