Paul R. Foley, PLS

Chief Operating Officer
pfoley@feldmansurveyors.com

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 our 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.

A sampling of Paul’s projects include:

  • Millennium Tower at Downtown Crossing, Boston
  • Millennium Tower at Winthrop Square, Boston
  • Wynn Boston Harbor, Everett
  • University of Massachusetts, Boston
  • Boston College, Chestnut Hill
  • Seaport Square, South Boston
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester
  • One Dalton, Boston
  • Maynard High School, Maynard
  • Hayward Place, Boston

One of Paul’s passions is helping to develop leaders within Feldman. During his tenure he has seen many team members start at entry level positions and helped them rise up through coaching and mentoring.

As a graduate of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce & Harvard Business School’s Boston Future Leader’s program, Paul has had the opportunity to learn from some of the most revered business and academic leaders.

Before joining Feldman, Paul worked for Turner Construction Company in Boston where he served as the Chief of Party, supervising and organizing all aspects of concrete layout, including foundations, structural walls and slab surveys. His work experience also includes three-dimensional monitoring and layout on the MBTA Silverline tunnel as part of Boston’s “Big Dig”.