Cookies Policy


The Transforming Construction Alliance (TCA) website uses cookies to distinguish you from other users of our website. This helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website and also allows us to improve our site. By continuing to browse the website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are tiny files sent to your browser from a web server and are temporarily stored on your computer’s hard drive to help deliver to you a better web experience. Most websites use cookies in one form or another. Cookies cannot be used to obtain information about files on your computer.

How you can control cookies

• By default, most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. If you prefer, you can alter your web browser preferences, either to notify you when you have received a cookie, or to refuse to accept cookies. You can also delete any cookies that have already been sent.

• If you choose not accept cookies, you may not be able to use certain features on the TCA website.

Strictly necessary cookies

The TCA website use “session cookies” to maintain information about where you are on the TCA website and whether you have logged in to it. These cookies are deleted as soon as you close your browser. By way of example, TCA uses JSESSIONID. This cookie is used to identify you as a user between page loads. This allows us to remember certain settings, like which part of the TCA website you were using before you were asked to log in or register.

Functionality cookies

The TCA website use “functionality cookies”. These cookies are not required to operate the TCA website but can provide extra functionality for you. We will tell you if a feature will use cookies before you use it. By way of example, the TCA website uses TCA.USERID. If you ask us to “remember you” when you log into the TCA website, then we will send a cookie so that we know not to ask you next time.

Social network sharing cookies

Some of our pages may invite you to “share” them via social media sites like Twitter or LinkedIn. If you chose to use the ‘share this’ function, those sharing sites may set a cookie on your machine. You should consult that social media site’s terms and conditions before “sharing”.