Among the upcoming contracts to be highlighted will be works for a big new multi-storey car park.
The MSCP East phase 1 job is the biggest expected to come out to tender over the next six months and is classified in BAA’s works schedule in the band valued between £100m and £250m.
Phase one will deliver 1340 spaces, followed by phase 2 adding room for a further 2,000 cars.
The design and build contract will include covered areas between the car park and new airport terminal 2 as well as central roads and ramps.
Interested firms have until 15 October to register for further information before tenders are invited early in November.
Before that BAA plans to hold an industry day at the old control tower to highlight plans.
Heathrow works have been divided up into four works programmes handled by a single contracting officer.
Eastern campus covers works to Terminals 1 and 2 being managed by Nigel Bingham. Western campus s being handled by David Brown covering works on Terminal 3, 4, 5.
The rest of the investment will come under the bagagge programe and infrastructure work programme handled by Chris Morgan and Lesley-Anne Wilkinson, respectively.
All current projects worth less that £25m will be let to firms already prequalified on BAA framework, which is currently being bid.
Bigger contracts like the multi-storey cap park job and baggage handling system rebuild will be tendered separately.