News & Blog

New guidance: Hazardous ground gas – a site management (C801)

GB Card & Partners are delighted to be sponsoring the online launch of the CIRIA report where delegates can discover how to facilitate successful construction, verification and protection of ground gas protection measures on site.

The webinar ‘Good Site Management for Hazardous Ground Gases’ will take place this Thursday 20 th January; the webinar will explain how guidance developed in the report will help developers and site staff to facilitate successful construction, verification and protection of ground gas protection measures.

Graduate Engineers Danni & Jola will be attending and are looking forward to expanding their knowledge on the subject.

There is still time to register, to find out more and to book please follow this link.

GB Card & Partners Opens an Office in Canterbury

As the company continues to grow we are pleased to announce the opening of our Canterbury office headed up by our South East lead, Principal Geo-Environmental Engineer Valentina Osella.

Canterbury is a vibrant community, and our new office is in the very heart of the city, close to all the amenities and a 10 minutes’ walk from both Canterbury West and East station. And you can just about the spot the cathedral from the office window!

Our new office is located along Jewry Lane and should you want to get in touch about future work you can email Valentina,

Job Opportunity – Geo-Environmental/Geotechnical Engineer

GB Card & Partners are currently seeking a geo-environmental/geotechnical engineer with 2+ years experience to join our expanding team in the south-east.

The role will involve a combination of office-based and site-based work, supporting more senior members of the team. The successful candidate will provide input on geotechnical assessment and design, such as temporary works, shallow and deep foundations and slope stability, and the assessment, remediation and verification of land quality. Responsibilities will include the supervision of ground investigation works, the assessment and interpretation of data, and report writing. The ability to work well within a team is important.

The types of projects the successful applicant will be involved in will include the redevelopment of brownfield sites, such as former gas works and landfills, and transport infrastructure projects such as railways, roads, ports, and harbours.

In-house and external training will be provided as required, including geotechnical and environmental modelling software and CAD.   Attaining relevant industry accreditations, such as Chartered Geologist status, will be actively encouraged and supported through our mentoring scheme.

We offer a competitive salary and company benefits.

Please send your CV, together with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the position, to