The largest deal for the Housing and Communities Agency is worth £60m for a new housing in Northampton.
The mixed tenure regeneration project, on Ransome Road, will comprise around 400 new houses and apartments for both affordable rent and open market sale.
The scheme forms part of the wider Northampton Brownfield Initiative, and will be brought together by the creation three groups of public spaces and two bridges.
Kier will also building 104 new homes for rent and sale in two projects at Grange Farm Drive and Owens Croft in Kings Norton for the Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust, worth £13.7m.
The properties on both sites will achieve Code for Sustainable Homes Levels 3 and 4 and will be fitted with A+ rated appliances, water butts and cycle storage, while modern external design sees a mix of brickwork and render.