The Senior Team

As part of the Tenon Group, Tenon FM is led by Tim Hancock, who has been chief executive of the business since joining (what was then O&G) in 2013.

Meet the rest of our senior team:

Manjit Rajain – chairman

Manjit Rajain established Tenon in 1995 and is the executive chairman of Mortice. After serving in the Indian Army he was chief of police for the capital of Kashmir state before he set up his first business. For the past 20 years he has developed Tenon and its various support service businesses into the fourth-largest integrated FM provider in India and Asia. At the same time, he spearheaded the Polio Eradication Program and Literacy Mission in India and under his leadership, the Tenon Group has adopted a school for the underprivileged as its CSR initiative. He has an MBA, is studying for his doctorate and has been nominated as a Global Advisor to Yale School of Management. Manjit is an entrepreneur with a real vision for how Tenon and Tenon FM will develop, building on strong relationships with organisations and clients such as Goldman Sachs, FedEx and DHL, his ambition is to make Tenon a global support services provider.

Tim Hancock – chief executive

Tim has worked in facilities for over 30 years, with Serco, Unicorn, Alfred McAlpine, Connaught and now Tenon FM. He has strong views on procurement, delivery, culture and customer service and is passionate about defining a fresh, challenging approach to FM. In addition to his strong track record of professional achievement, he is an accomplished sailor who has attended two Olympics and competed in world and European championship events. He was chair of selectors for the Team GB Olympic Sailing Squad for the 2008 and 2012 Olympics and is currently chairman of the Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy. Tim is an International Race Officer and officiated at the London 2012 Olympic event, running the race when Ben Ainslie won his historic fourth gold medal.

Harj Singh – financial director

Harj joined the business in 2017. He has senior management experience in a variety of customer and service delivery organisations and he was latterly CEO of a company with £1 billion of real estate assets. As well as roles with several FTSE 100 organisations such as National Grid Transco he has been European financial director at National Express Group plc. He has known of and worked with Tim Hancock for some years: meeting when they were board directors of a joint venture, Connect Limited, that undertook reactive and preventative maintenance services. Harj Singh attended the Said Business School where he took part in the strategic and high-performance leadership programme.

Martin Norris – business development director

Martin has over 30-years’ experience in facilities and property management, starting as an FM with the Canadian High Commission and then working with organisations such as Symonds, Savills, Dalkia, Mitie and Serco. Before joining Tenon FM, he spent eight years at Sodexo in business development, IFM solution design and transformation, which followed a similar position at VINCI (as Taylor Woodrow). Martin is always very client focused, leading the design and operation of integrated solutions, mobilisation and various transformation and change programmes – emphasising the need to collaborate and work as a team. He has worked in a variety of sectors developing relationships with clients like Unilever, BAE Systems, Diageo, Lilly, Heineken, Chivas Bros, Lloyds Banking Group and the Royal Mail. His strong team ethic and commitment to setting and achieving business targets is rooted in a passion for sport, particularly rugby, sailing, skiing and surfing.

Sue Cawley – operations director

Sue joined eight years ago as an Account Director before transitioning to operations director for our corporate and property sectors. She has over 20 years’ experience in operational facilities management and developing partnering relationships. Her qualifications include health and safety (IOSH Managing Safely), cleaning (BTEC), training and development of staff, customer service training (World Host) and financial management.