The MFS Senior Management Team

Masonry Frame Systems was founded in 2004, since then we have gone from strength to strength in using Thin Joint Technology in Modern Methods of Construction. MFS are extremely proud to have such a professional, qualified and friendly team.

Norman Leslie Hinckes MCIOB
Norman Leslie Hinckes MCIOBManaging Director and Co–founder of Masonry Frame Systems
Norman founded Masonry Frame Systems with fellow Director Robert Pointer in 2004.

Now with over 30 years experience in the construction industry; it is Normans’ leadership, passion and vision that sets the pace and direction for Masonry Frame Systems including Business Development, Tendering and Conceptual Design.

Norman started out as an Indentured Management Trainee with Wiltshiers’ in 1978.

He progressed to become the Chief Estimator before joining Denne Construction as General Manager and then a Main Board Director of the Group in Canterbury.
Norman is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building and a scholar of the Leadership Trust.

Robert James Pointer FRICS
Robert James Pointer FRICSCommercial Director and Co–founder
Robert is a member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and founded Masonry Frame Systems with fellow Director Norman Hinckes in 2004. He achieved his Chartered Status in 1990 and was awarded his RICS Fellowship in June 2020.

His career in construction started in 1984, as a Trainee Surveyor at the Canterbury branch of Wiltshier Construction, after a 13 year period rising through the ranks to General Manager of the Special Works department, in 1997, he joined the Denne Group as Managing Surveyor.

Robert is responsible for all the financial activities with MFS, including the procurement of labour, plant, materials and subcontractors.

He is also responsible for Health and Safety matters and the day to day running of the site activities.

Thomas Hinckes
Thomas HinckesEstimator and Design Coordinator
Tom worked as a Management Trainee with MFS for a year whilst studying the first year of a HND in Construction.

Tom’s role included a vast mix of tasks found in every day contracting, from estimating and surveying to invaluable site operative experience including the use of a crane to install roof trusses, structural steelwork etc. Office duties also involved he MFS marketing.

Tom left MFS having completed a year, in order to expand his industry experience and is now back full term having completed his level 6 NVQ BTEC in the Built Environment.

On-site teams with MFS

On each and every project, MFS provides an experienced on-site team. It includes personnel with the appropriate skill sets to complement the project and deliver the thin joint block system to achieve the desired programme. A dedicated working supervisor then manages each team.

Experienced on-site teams are key

MFS retains a number of experienced thin joint block work installers and carpenters, as well as bricklayers, labourers, material handler drivers and other associated tradesmen. All have worked for us for a number of years and are well versed in our system approach. Specialist subcontractors are employed to erect and maintain scaffolding, manufacture and install structural steelwork, and to design, manufacture and install all re-cast concrete floor systems.

All our labourers and supervisors are CSCS/plant operator qualified.

As part of our business philosophy, we recognise and acknowledge the importance of our supply chain and the contribution our on-site erection teams make to the delivery of each project and the long-term success of our business.

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