The other big winner on the framework renewal, which covers planned works at three airports, was BAM which secured places on the six higher value lots for projects over £10m.
The remaining spots on the multi-lot framework were shared between a dozen other contractors, including Galliford Try, Vinci, Farrans Tarmac and Murphy.
The MAG construction framework is split into three disciplines: civils works, new build and fit-out, and refurbishment works, each covering two project value bands.
Rob Stewart, group capital delivery director at MAG, said: “We have an ambitious pipeline of projects aimed at ensuring our airports continue to operate efficiently and safely for all of our passengers, colleagues and business partners, as well as helping our business to deliver on its commitment to sustainable growth.”
Liam Cummins, group managing director at Kier Construction, said: “Aviation continues to be a key area of focus for us and being appointed to all lots on the MAG framework will facilitate our growth in the sector.”
Kier has previously delivered a number of projects for clients in the aviation sector.
This includes the £225m Luton DART guided mass passenger transit system which Kier is delivering in joint venture with VolkerFitzpatrick for London Luton Airport.
Upon completion it will link Luton Airport Parkway and the Luton Airport terminal.
Additionally, Kier has delivered over £50m of work at London Gatwick Airport, which includes upgrades to security facilities and a multi-storey car park.
Adrian Blackie, who leads on the MAG Framework for BAM, said: “We are delighted to have retained our place for another five years.
“BAM delivered a diverse range of aviation schemes under the previous capital works framework and the expertise, collaborative approach and versatility of our regional teams will ensure that we will continue to partner effectively with MAG across its geographical footprint.”