The major expansion project involves building three new facilities: an integrated training centre; logistics operations centre; and maintenance and finishing hangar.
According to information specialist Glenigan, Willmott Dixon came in second place over the month with a mixed bag of 15 contracts worth around £141m. The biggest project in their haul was a swimming pool and ice rink complex in Romford worth £25m for the London Borough of Havering.
Among the other big wins last month Morgan Sindall picked up a £30m mixed development scheme for Bournemouth Borough Council
Click for full 100 contractors league
Click for full 100 clients league
The 12-month rolling league table saw Galliford Try continue to battle it out with lead contractor Kier with £230m of work separating the two at the top of the rankings.
On the civil engineering side, Balfour Beatty continues to hold the top slot with £1.1bn of new work, now more than twice that secured by the building side of the business.