Interserve beat competition from Kier and Wates for the lead role with the Ministry of Justice.
Maude revealed Interserve had won the 180-cell extension of Cookham Wood prison in Kent at the Government Construction Summit today.
Interserve will use BIM with the various professional disciplines including Sweett, Faithful + Gould.
MoJ will also later trial BIM on the refurbishment of Chelmsford Prison and existing projects at the Oakwood Featherstone Prison and Aberystwyth Law Court.
Maude said: “The winning contractor Interserve has committed to fully using BIM to provide a facility that has improved quality and value for the client.
The Ministry of Justice’s positive experience in introducing BIM, and suppliers’ willingness to engage, has resulted in the department already issuing a further three projects out to tender using BIM – an illustration that the challenges laid down in the Construction Strategy are achievable.
He added: “We have mandated 3D collaborative BIM on all appropriate centrally-procured projects by 2016.
“This whole sector approach to BIM will see the UK as the world leader in a new digitally built era, offering new ways of working, as well as massive growth potential both at home and abroad.”