National Historic Preservation Month. Using Laser Technology as a Preservation Tool.

Each May, Boston celebrates the historic preservation efforts that bring thousands of visitors to our city and make it a beautiful place to live. This years’s calendar of events has been titled, “Buildings & Grounds.” The celebrations included a long list of events that are created to bring extra attention to the best historic tours in Boston.



In addition, you can tour neighborhoods with the preservation planners who know them best, go behind the scenes on preservation and archeology projects, and explore with guides who take on characters like Frederick Law Olmsted.

As part of the event, Michael Feldman, president of Feldman Land Surveyors, will give a presentation on his company’s use of three-dimensional laser scans of historic sites and share his company’s techniques while showing examples of recent work. He will discuss how these renderings play a crucial role in modern renovations of historic sites and greatly improve historic preservation.

The presentation will take place at The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum, 2450 Beacon St., Chestnut Hill.  For more information about the event click here or contact Lauren Kaufmann at (617) 277-0065.