Professor Richard Whitehouse is a Chief Technical Director with considerable experience in assessing and modelling the long-term evolution of estuaries and coasts.
He has experience of delivering regional marine process studies combining expert assessments of field observations and computer modelling. He was Project Manager for the project ‘Characterisation and prediction of large-scale, long-term change of coastal geomorphological behaviours’ and is a co-investigator in the NERC Coastal Sediment Systems research project. He has conducted government funded research on sediment processes associated with offshore wind farm developments and has direct knowledge of the key processes and responses of placing foundations in the marine environment. His expertise on coastal and seabed processes is relevant to cable routing and cable installation engineering for offshore wind farms and landfall support work.