Work at Anfield is expected to start later this year subject to planning consent.
Construction is expected to take approximately 20 months and will see the capacity of a new Main Stand rise by approximately 8,300, taking the overall capacity of Anfield to around 54,000.
An innovative construction programme will mitigate the impact of building work by maintaining as much as possible of the existing main stand in operation throughout the contract.
Carillion Chief Executive, Richard Howson, said: “I believe that being selected for this prestigious project reflects Carillion’s reputation for high standards of quality, Health and Safety and sustainability.
“We look forward to working closely with Liverpool Football Club to create new world-class facilities at its famous Anfield Stadium.”
The Main Stand work will be the first phase in Liverpool’s £150m stadium expansion plan.
Former Olympic Stadium project manager Tom Doyle will manage the scheme which will also see the expansion of the Anfield Road Stand.
Future work on the Anfield Road stand will see an increase in its capacity of around 4,800 seats, taking the total stadium capacity to 58,800.