Hurricane Harvey made landfall August 25, 2017, near Rockport, Texas. With maximum winds of 130 mph, Harvey was the first Category 4 hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. in over a decade and the first storm of this intensity to hit Texas since 1961. Four sub-teams were assembled to document damage in the landfall region in three coordinated waves from September 8-17, 2017. A pair of teams worked sequentially to conduct door-to-door Damage Assessments in Rockport, Port Aransas, Aransas Pass, and Bayside, supplemented by unmanned aerial surveys (UAS) of select residential areas. These teams were flanked by a Coastal Scout Team measuring high water marks as far east as Palacios. These damage assessments were followed by block-level scans of these same neighborhoods using a mobile LiDAR van. 3D point clouds were acquired for select structures obtained using portable LiDAR/imaging laser scanners. This study will present a summary of the observed damage, correlated by age of construction and roof characteristics, followed by illustrative examples highlighting the performance of wood-framed, single-family residential construction, and metal-framed buildings to underscore common failure modes observed.