Vice President/ Chief Innovation Officer
Stephen’s 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, USA, 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.
A sampling of Stephen’s projects includes:
- Charles W. Morgan Restoration, Mystic
- Massport – Logan Airport Terminal E, Terminal B, Central Heating Plant
- Dudley Square, Boston
- Boston College, Newton
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
- Children’s Hospital, Boston
- Fast 14, Medford
- Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston
- Legacy Place, Dedham
- Aqueduct Racetrack, New York
- US Senate Chamber, Washington DC
- Red Granite Beach, St. Croix Island
Prior to joining the firm, Stephen was a 3D project manager for HP Visual and Spatial Technology Centre (VISTA) at the University of Birmingham, UK. Following his appointment to VISTA in 2002, Stephen oversaw the strategic development of the HP VISTA resource, the University’s high-end data capture, visualization, and spatial analysis facility in partnership with HP.