Miller has won its first job through the £4.2 billion ProCure 21+ health capital framework.
The contractor will deliver a £40 million programme of works for South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
It is the first deal won by the firm since the ProCure 21+ agreement was launched last October.
Miller director Andrew Cartwright said: “We are delighted to have been appointed by South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust for this five-year programme of work.
“Our first class principle supply chain provides a depth of strength and the capabilities to give confidence to our clients in both our delivery of projects and the maintenance of the long-term relationship. We anticipate to be starting the first phase of works at Torbay Hospital in September this year.”
The works will predominantly be refurbishment and mechanical and electrical across the Trust’s property estate. The first project at Torbay Hospital will see the provision of a new boiler house and services infrastructure.
Almost £500 million of work went out to the framework between October and March. At that stage all the work awarded had been to ProCure 21 veterans Kier, Interserve, Balfour Beatty and IHP - a consortium led by Vinci and Sir Robert McAlpine
Since then it is understood that Willmott Dixon has won its first slice of work through the agreement, with Miller meaning all partners have now benefited.