Paul Revere House
On the evening of April 18, 1775, Paul Revere left his home and went for a horse ride that would forever cement his spot in American history. Of course, for everyone from school children to historians, it’s enormously important that the Paul Revere House— a historical treasure—is still open to the public in Boston’s North End.
So when the house was ready to undergo renovations to allow better access for all visitors, it was Feldman that stepped in to provide the needed survey work, including 3d laser scanning of the building’s exterior as part of the firm’s pro bono program.
Today, more people than ever before are visiting the house that Paul Revere’s great-grandson fortunately bought and saved from demolition.