Parameterised configurations for FPGAs are configuration bitstreams of which part of the bits are defined as Boolean functions of parameters. By evaluating these Boolean functions using different parameter values, it is possible to quickly and efficiently derive specialised configuration bitstreams with different properties. An important application of parameterised configurations is the generation of specialised configuration bitstreams for Dynamic Circuit Specialisation. Generating and using parameterised configurations requires a new FPGA tool flow. In this paper we present an algorithm for technology mapping of parameterised designs that can exploit the reconfigurability of the logic blocks and routing of the FPGA. This algorithm, called TCONMAP, is based on ?Cut enumeration, cut ranking, node selection?. As part of it, a new method to calculate the feasibility of cuts based on the Binary Decision Diagrams (BDD) of their local function is proposed.