Free Hands-On Workshop with Feldman Land Surveyors - 05/16/2019
Free Hands-On Workshop with Feldman Land Surveyors
Thursday May 16, 2019 9:00am to 11:00am
Stop by to test state-of-the-art high definition survey and 3D scanning equipment from Feldman’s Stephen Wilkes, Vice President/Director of 3D Services, and Paul R. Foley, PLS, Chief Operating Officer.
Stephen Wilkes' work in 3D laser scanning goes back over 15 years, and his projects span the Eastern seaboard of the United States, the UK, Italy, Qatar, Egypt, Turkey, Abu Dhabi and Croatia. Stephen’s deep experience marries the proven business practices of Feldman with cutting edge 3D Laser Scanning technology. His expertise in 3D scanning is taking clients full-speed into the future of land surveying, leading the way across multiple industry sectors. Additionally, this technology is being used to help study and preserve the rich history of our country. In the process of successfully managing projects, Stephen has utilized GPS, GIS, terrestrial laser scanning, airborne LiDAR and metrological surface scanning. In addition, he has experience in data interoperability, including Laser Scanning for BIM development and clash detection, NavisWorks integration and collaborative exchange formats.
Paul Foley is a Registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS), and as COO his role ranges from project management to business development and guiding the overall direction of the firm. His work in the land surveying industry spans over 17 years in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland. Paul’s experience covers virtually every type of survey, including complex construction projects, air rights developments, ALTA surveys, existing conditions and 3D laser scanning surveys. Paul focuses on the firm’s strategic direction and business development. He is also at the helm of projects from start to finish as he oversees proposals, cost estimates, strategy and onsite workflow. His hands-on and meticulous attention to detail help ensure excellent client service and outstanding results every step of the way.
For more questions, please contact Rachael Beauchemin, academic coordinator, in the Department of Civil Engineering or just drop by on May 16th to check out this cutting-edge technology!