News & Blog

Welcome back and congratulations Laura!

We are delighted to welcome Laura back from her Maternity Leave this month, back into the Exeter office and jumping straight into the fray.  Laura’s return marks an exciting change at the company as we’re pleased to announce that she has been promoted to Director.  Laura will be returning to her active role in the strategic development and implementation of the business objectives alongside her technical project expertise and project financial management. A massive congratulations to Laura on her well-deserved promotion, and also on becoming a mum for the second time.

Well Done Alberto!

A massive congratulations to our Principal Consultant Alberto who this summer successfully became Chartered.

Alberto has been registered by the Society for the Environment as a Chartered Environmentalist. This accreditation will add to Alberto’s competencies in being the Geo Environmental Discipline Lead for GB Card & Partners.

Should you have a project you wish to discuss with Alberto please email him directly on

ICE Exeter City Club – Meet & Greet Social

After a period of inactivity, the ICE Exeter City Club is back on its feet again starting with a social networking event at the Mill on the Exe on Thursday 25th August from 6 pm. Join our team at the event, including our Geotechnical Design Engineer Jola Brown, who has become a part of the restored committee. This kick-starting event aims to bring like-minded Engineers together to stay connected and network with other ICE members in the local area.

This will hopefully be the first of many events, as the Exeter City Club looks to revive a programme of regular activities on the final Thursday of each calendar month.
No booking is required for the event, just turn up to the venue and look out for a table with the ICE logo. This event is open to all ICE members and those interested in joining.

If you have any questions about the event or would like to know more about the Exeter City Club, please send your interest to

Details of the event can be found on the ICE website: