The Blue3 consortium will design, build, finance and maintain the stations with construction work on the £57.4m programme due to start in June 2013.
Work will take place at Dagenham, Dockhead, Leytonstone, Mitcham, Old Kent Road, Orpington, Plaistow, Purley and Shadwell fire stations.
Eight of the stations are being completely re-built on their existing sites and one station, Mitcham, will be built on a new site.
London Fire Brigade Assistant Commissioner Andy Hickmott (Technical and Service Support) said: “This is excellent news for the capital. Some of our fire stations are over 100 years old and are simply not fit for modern purposes.
“These stations need to be brought up to date and this project demonstrates our continuing commitment to maintaining the world class fire and rescue service that Londoners have come to expect.
“Not only will these new fire stations provide state of the art facilities for our crews, with room for modern fire appliances and training, they will also be kitted out with community spaces that will allow members of the public to easily access vital life saving fire safety advice.”
All of the refurbished fire stations will be energy efficient and contain the latest green technology.