Working for BAE Systems, the civils firm will build a vital £7.2m access road in their Bishopton development including a bridge over the existing railway.
The project will pave the way for a mix of residential, retail and commercial buildings and will include a new junction on the M8.
Meanwhile, Network Rail has awarded BBRCE a £6.1m contract for platform refurbishment of seven Network Rail stations.
Platform replacement with associated drainage and mechanical and electrical work will take place at Blair Atholl, Bowling, Cambuslang, Crosshill, Dingwall, Maybole and Motherwell stations.
Also Network Rail has given the firm a place on the Access for All Framework – Scotland (Package 3), worth up to £10m.
Starting with a £2m contract to upgrade Perth Station the works are designed to improve disabled access for up to six stations.
BBRCE Regional Managing Director, Adam Thomson said: “The important work we will carry out in Bishopton will help to start the regeneration of a disused site and we hope that success with this contract will lead to further opportunities with BAE Systems.
“The award of contracts by Network Rail will allow us to build on the relationship we have developed over the past 10 years.”
Perth is the first station to benefit from the upgrades as a result of the Access for All Framework – Scotland (Package 3).
A further five stations are set for upgrading and BBRCE is currently designing options to present to Network Rail.