At Feldman, we’re constantly ready to provide our clients with the best results using the latest technology, but even we can’t always predict how exciting the outcome of a 3D laser scan will be. In the Summer 2015 issue of Historic New England, Benjamin Haavik’s article “Laser Technology Adds a New Dimension to Documentation” discusses from a Team Leader’s perspective how laser scanning went far beyond gathering accurate data for the preservation of the Eustis Mansion in Milton, Massachusetts. Check out the video that’s serving as both a sneak peek for the public and an enlightening view to an underground vault rarely seen by human eyes.
Recently, Mayor Martin J. Walsh made headlines by bringing James Michael Curley’s mahogany desk back to Boston City Hall after at least a three-decade hiatus. With the legendary antique again serving as the centerpiece of the mayor’s office, Walsh told the Boston Globe, “It’s about history. When you look in the office here, nothing is really historic.”