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Site Supervisors

Kieron Arnold

Kieron Arnold

Kieron started work for Mouldings as a bricklayer, joining the company in September 1987, along with his father, Mike. He was elevated to the role of foreman in 1999. Kieron operates as a travelling supervisor on small to medium sized projects. He enjoys the variety of multi-tasking and, with his excellent knowledge of the industry, has the ability to resolve even the most challenging of technical problems. Kieron is always accompanied in the van by his dog, Lofty.

Derek Blake

Derek Blake

Derek served his decorating apprenticeship with Mouldings in the late 1970s under the careful guidance and tutorage of the legendary George Wells, who himself worked for Mouldings for over fifty years. Derek was promoted to the role of supervisor in 2004. Derek has a tremendous knowledge of all things decorating, an extremely keen eye for detail and works very hard to maintain the high standards that our clients expect. His repertoire of impersonations is a very amusing added bonus. Derek is a very well respected member of the local villages of South Newton and Great Wishford, and devotes most of his spare time supporting the community.

Bill Dables

Bill Dables

Bill started work as a plumber for Mouldings in the early 1960s.  He has left the company several times but always finds his way back.  Bill has a vast amount of experience in both new build and renovation work. Despite his jovial manner, Bill has a good eye for detail and is very dismissive of poor workmanship.

 

Les Jones

Les Jones

Les started working for Mouldings in September 2007 as a multi skilled tradesman. His calm and pleasant manner together with his conscientious ability to manage other trades and specialists has developed him into an extremely competent supervisor with a keen eye for detail.

 

 

John Parsons

John Parsons

John served his carpentry apprenticeship while at Salisbury & South Wilts College from 1964 to 1969.  In 1970 he also achieved the City & Guilds of London Institute Construction Technician qualification.  We think John has kept his youthful looks whilst keeping order on the football field as a Southern League referee.  John joined Mouldings in 2009 as a carpenter and was quickly moved into site management when the opportunity presented itself.

 

Steve Webb

Steve joined the company in January 2006. He served his apprenticeship for bricklaying at Salisbury College in the late 1970s. For most of his career before joining us, Steve ran a successful bricklaying company. Steve enjoys nothing better than a large new-build project, although more recently has honed his skills and experience by championing a large Grade 1 country house restoration. Steve is a very keen cricket fan and has devoted many hours over the past decade to the coaching of youngsters in the community.

  

John Avery

Since January 2008, John has supervised our ever-expanding small works and maintenance team. From broken fence panels to ancient church roofs, John has developed a life-time of experience in all types of building work.

 

 

Jamie Bradbury

Jamie Bradbury

Jamie is a carpenter by trade.  He joined Mouldings in 2002 and was quickly elevated to Site Supervisor.  His jovial and larger than life demeanour is underpinned by an extremely sound knowledge of the building trade. He is very conscientious with the management of his sites and has a reputation of zero tolerance for any slipping standards.

 

  

 

Nick Hiscocks

Nick Hiscocks

Nick started work for Mouldings straight after leaving school in 1975. He served his apprenticeship in our joinery department. He left the company in 1982 to widen his experience in building and life in general. Nick re-joined the company in October 2009 as a site carpenter. In 2010 he was promoted to assist with the running of major projects.

 

James Kay

After achieving top honours in his carpentry apprenticeship, James also qualified with an HNC in Construction Management. James joined us from college in September 2006 and has moved successfully and seamlessly into general site supervision. James is an extremely talented rugby player and when free from injury has provided an important role with Salisbury 1st XI.

 

Simon Slater

Simon started working for R Moulding & Co in March 2009 as a carpenter. His potential as working site supervisor was realised soon after.

 

 
 

  

James Bell

James completed his carpentry apprenticeship with us in the early 1990s. Over the past few years, James has helped to champion several projects as a working, site based foreman. Not only with an exceptional knowledge of all things wooden, James has developed a good understand of most trades. This is an essential part of managing the building process.
 

Shaun Jack

Shaun Jack

Shaun started work with Mouldings in January 2008. Prior to this, Shaun had worked on and off as a subcontract carpenter. For many years Shaun headed the National Trust maintenance team. Shaun has a very disarming, laid back and unflappable nature, making him the perfect candidate to manage some of our more pressured and high profiled projects. When not on site, Shaun can be found by the river, indulging his passion to land the ultimate Barbel.


 
 

Brett Oak

Brett Oak

Brett served his carpentry and joinery apprenticeship with Mouldings in 1980.  He left our employment in 1984 to seek fame and fortune as a self-employed carpenter.  Working for numerous companies since then, Brett re-joined Mouldings in 2009 as a carpenter and in 2013 progressed into site management.

 

Bill Spurdle

Bill Spurdle

A carpenter and joiner by trade, Bill worked for his family firm after leaving school.  Since then he worked on various National Trust properties for a ten year period.  Bill joined Mouldings in 2005 and has worked on several prestigious projects. As a Somerset man through and through, Bill represents our West Country out-post.

 
 

Martin Tutton

Martin started his working life with Mouldings as a plumber in the early 1980’s. After leaving us in 1984 to broaden his building experience as a roofer, he re-joined us again in 2002.  Martin is an exceptionally good organiser, as many testimonial letters confirm and is currently involved in the supervision of our English Heritage Term Contract and a number of other historical and ecclesiastical projects. As a talented footballer, Martin has achieved semi-professional status with Salisbury City and Bashley FC.

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