Work will cover building, refurbishment, fit-out, civil engineering and rail projects across Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Southampton airports.
The framework will enable the procurement and delivery of capital projects ranging from £1 million to £30 million for BAA.
BAA’s Chris Howe said: "With an investment of £6.5 billion over the next five years at its UK Airports, getting the procurement process right is paramount for BAA as it enters its third generation of Framework Contracts. This involves BAA stepping back slightly when it comes to risks that are better managed by the Supply Chain.
“Osborne was appointed to the Commodity Build Contractors Framework because it demonstrated it could add value if empowered to take accountability. They demonstrated themselves to be a contractor who takes long term relationships seriously and as part of that relationship they would understand and encourage collaboration and innovation.”