Dr Geoffrey Card – The Grand Australasian Tour

Dr Geoffrey Card – The Grand Australasian Tour

Dr Geoffrey Card‘s Australasian tour is underway!  Geoff is currently attending the 2016 EcoForum Conference and Exhibition in Fremantle, Perth before flying out to Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday.  Dr Card has been invited to present a Ground Gas Risk Assessment Workshop on behalf of the Australasian Land & Groundwater Association with the first workshop running on Tuesday the 1st of November!  Geoff will be running a repeat, after a short island-hop, in Christchurch on Thursday the 3rd of November.

Dr Card will be in the Southern Hemisphere until the 9th of November and you can keep up to date with his schedule by checking out the map below!  Alternatively, if you are interested in speaking to Geoff then please feel free to get in contact!

Follow the tour!

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About Geoff

Dr. Geoffrey B. Card, BSc PhD CEng FICE EurIng CGeol FGS CSci

Geoff has over 35 years of experience in providing civil, geotechnical and environmental engineering solutions all over the world. He has considerable experience of major transport and infrastructure projects such as London Docklands, Crossrail, and signature building developments in the Thames Corridor.

He is a recognised expert on the design and construction of development on derelict land such as shallow mine workings, contaminated and landfill gassing sites. He is often called upon to provide litigation support in relation to the risks associated with brownfield redevelopment and geotechnical issues.

Geoff has authored much of the UK’s guidance relating to ground gas and has sat on various steering groups and drafting committees. He has directed the assessment and remediation of many brownfield sites reshaping the London Skyline, including Wandsworth Riverside Quarter, Millennium Harbour, Embassy Gardens, and the Olympic Velodrome.