It is the aim of Skanska and its affiliates (“Skanska” or “Skanska Group”) that all persons whose personal data is processed by Skanska shall at all times be confident that their privacy is respected and that due care is taken regarding his or her personal data.
1.1 Skanska UK Plc (registration number 00784752) is the data controller for the processing carried out by us or on our behalf. This means that we determine the purpose of and means for the processing of your personal data, i.e. why and how we process the data.
2. Data we may collect from you
2.1 Visitors to our website
An IP address is a unique number which makes it possible to identify a user’s connection to the Internet and it is automatically provided by your web browser each time you view a website. Any visit to the 51 Moorgate sites may lead to registration of the IP address used for such access. We also use IP addresses to measure the use of the 51 Moorgate webpages.
Such measurement may include;
- Monitoring/collecting information about how you use the site,
- to help Skanska to improve the site,
- to personalise your experience by tailoring the content you see,
- to optimise your user experience,
- to determine frequency of use.
This may also apply in relation to any user accounts you may have with Skanska. We may also perform statistical analysis of data collected.
This site may use “cookies,” which are small data files stored on your computer or another computer for use with your web browser software.
Cookies are used on this site to provide the user with access to functions available on the site such as ordering information material and choice of language.
If you would like information about cookies and on how to restrict or block cookies, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org
As per the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data collected must not be kept for longer than it is required. The personal data we collect about other stakeholders will be deleted when no longer required, unless there is a lawful basis to process particular data, or consent has been received to store the data.
3. How we use your data
- To ensure efficiencies and monitor use of our website as per section 2.
- To administer any request from you
- To administer any actions needed regarding any agreements with you
- Marketing and customer follow-up
- To comply with regulatory requirements
- For business analysis
3.2 This privacy notice does not cover any links that may be posted within this site linking to other websites. We encourage you to read the privacy statements on the other websites you visit.
4. Disclosure of your data
4.1 Skanska may provide your personal data to third parties such as a partner or distributor of our products in order to fulfil the purpose for which they were collected. The data provided by you might be exported to other parties of the Skanska Group and/or business partners located in countries within, or outside of, the European Union and the European Economic Area.
4.2 Where data needs to be exported outside of the Skanska Group, and the European Economic Area, suitable contracts will be drawn up to maintain a level of security equivalent to the GDPR of the data.
5. User Submissions
5.1 Skanska may allow you to post information, comments or other material on social media networks or other online service. This is done in order to facilitate the flow of information about Skanska and our products. Please note the terms for such user submissions are set out in the Legal Notice above.
5.2 Do not provide us with information about other persons unless you can prove that you have their consent to provide it.
5.3 Please exercise caution when submitting personal data online. It is your responsibility to maintain the security of your passwords and personal information. Your usage of this website constitutes an acknowledgement and assumption of these risks.
Form for requests regarding your personal data at Skanska, on the Skanska Group website
6. Your rights
6.1 Skanska UK Plc strives to be as open and transparent as possible in regards to what personal information we hold on you and how we process that data. If you wish to further understand what data we hold on you, or request personal data be corrected or deleted, you can do so using the contact details below.
6.2 You have the right to ask us not to process your personal data for marketing purposes. Please see section 7.
6.3 You also have the right to submit a complaint to the relevant supervisory authority if you find that your personal data is being processed in violation of applicable data protection legislation.
7. How to Contact us
Maple Cross House