The Technology and Construction Solicitors' Association (TeCSA) is the leading organisation for solicitors practising construction and information technology law in England and Wales.

Our members practise all aspects of construction law.

We have a dedicated Projects and Development sub-committee who looks after the interests of our members who practice non-contentious construction law.

On the contentious side, our members deal with technical cases in the TCC and arbitration, for example cases involving all aspects of the built environment, including technical defects claims and claims for money and extensions of time. TeCSA helps shape Court practice and legislation relating to dispute resolution. It also promotes best practice in all forms of disputes resolution.

Encouraging dispute resolution

We help in cases involving all aspects of the built environment. We also deal with negligence and nuisance cases.


As a TeCSA member you become part of the Association which represents the interests of all solicitors practicing TCC- type business.

Details of the PAP for Construction and Engineering Disputes and summary of the Protocol Referee Procedure.

The overriding objective is to promote high quality dispute resolution processes.

TeCSA strongly supports the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) techniques for the conclusion of disputes.

TeCSA'S Aims

TeCSA’s Committee is chaired by Caroline Pope. It is responsible for delivering TeCSA’s initiatives, overseeing the adjudicator nomination process, training and arranging social activities.