The deal will see Rok work on a number of building improvement projects valued between £2mill and £20mill at airports across the UK including Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted, Southampton, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The new Commodity Build Framework will cover alterations, refurbishments and building work in service and public areas at the airports and is in addition to the long term framework agreement Rok already has with BAA for smaller improvement works.
Garvis Snook, chief executive of Rok, said: “We are extremely proud of the work we have done for BAA to date.
“We have demonstrated our high levels of safety, efficiency and sensitivity to BAA’s requirements using our own teams of fully trained technicians.
“BAA quite rightly sets extremely high standards for its suppliers and we are pleased that we are able to meet and often exceed these. It is great news for all of us that our work has been extended by this new framework.”