The building work is valued at £34.5m over two phases and involves building a cataract surgery unit and an orthopaedic and elective surgical care facility.
The Golden Jubilee scheme is part of the Scottish Government’s decision to build five new elective treatment centres across the country to carry out replacement procedures like hip, knees and cataracts.
Kier Construction Scotland is expected to start on site early next year, completing by 2021.
The division has recently picked up string of healthcare contract wins, including work with NHS Grampian at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, NHS Highland at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde at Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley and Inverclyde Royal Hospital.
Brian McQuade, managing director for Kier Construction Scotland, said: “This is another major win for Kier Construction Scotland and illustrates our strength in delivering healthcare projects throughout Scotland.”