The deal is the country’s most-prized sole contractor framework.
Fifteen major firms prequalified for the framework but the shortlist was whittled down to, Bouygues, Interserve, Laing O’Rourke, Lend Lease, Morgan Sindall and Willmott Dixon.
Construction work under the new deal will start next month and the framework will last four-years.
Willmott Dixon is the incumbent contractor under the current deal and faced a nervous seven months while the latest procurement process was carried-out.
Scape System Build is a local authority controlled company wholly owned by Derby City, Derbyshire County, Gateshead, Nottingham City, Nottinghamshire County and Warwickshire County Councils.
And in a big day of wins for Willmott Dixon the contractor also confirmed a £40m contract for the next phase of Greenwich Millennium Village from Taylor Wimpey Central London and Countryside Properties.
Willmott Dixon will build 206 homes on the Greenwich Peninsular designed by architects Jestico + Whiles.
Charlie Scherer, chief operating officer for Willmott Dixon’s housing company said: “Our expertise in building homes for all types of tenures will ensure the successful delivery of this key phase in the on-going transformation of the Greenwich Peninsular.
“Greenwich Millennium Village will soon be home to thousands of people, creating a vibrant community in a great location.”
Construction of this phase is scheduled to conclude in spring 2015, with Taylor Wimpey Central London and Countryside Properties aiming to develop up to 1,800 homes at the Greenwich Millennium Village over the next 15 years.