Miller Construction will be working on these projects for Hub North Scotland, the public/private development company working in partnership with The Highland Council.
Galliford Try bought loss-making £409m turnover Miller Construction for just £16.6m earlier this month, citing the contractor’s £1.4bn order book as the deal clincher.
Inverness Royal Academy, which is due for completion by summer 2016, involves the construction of a new four-storey replacement school and sports pitches.
The new Inverness Royal Academy campus will cater for around 1,500 pupils across the ages of 11-18.
Noss Primary School involves the construction of a combined replacement primary school for both the North and Hillhead existing primary schools.
The new school will accommodate close to 400 pupils over 14 classrooms. The project will be delivered in two phases with final completion due in spring 2016.
Galliford Try Chief Executive Greg Fitzgerald stated: “We are delighted to have reached agreement with Hub North Scotland Limited and The Highland Council on these significant education contracts and are now able to get the projects underway.
“The Miller Construction business is an important addition to the group and these awards reflect its reputation and strong market presence in the education sector in Scotland.”