Graham Kenn

Graham is a chartered civil engineer with over twenty years’ consultancy experience and has worked on the detailed design, options appraisal and strategy development for numerous coastal and maritime schemes around the UK, working for clients including the MoD, EDF Energy, local authorities, the RNLI, the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales and Network Rail.  Graham has extensive coastal and maritime engineering design experience and has developed detailed designs for sea walls, quay walls, rock armour revetments, breakwaters, causeways, beach control structures and tidal defence walls.  He is currently leading the design team responsible for designing new harbour and coastal defences for seven major harbours on the Isle of Man and two new rock armour coastal defence schemes on the west coast of Ireland. He is also leading the detailed design development for the £25m East Rhyl coastal defence scheme.
Graham is JBA’s Lead Coastal & Maritime Engineer, is a committee member of the Institution of Civil Engineers South Maritime Group and an ICE Approved Supervising Civil Engineer and Technical Reviewer. Graham is a guest lecturer at Lancaster University teaching 2 PG Cert modules on Coastal Engineering.