The three-storey building will be constructed across the road from the six-storey campus that BAM is currently building for the college in Bradford city centre.
The 3,650m2 Advanced Technologies Centre will have capacity for 650 students aged 16 and over. Within it, they will learn manufacturing disciplines including electrical engineering and sustainable technology.
BAM is aiming for a BREEAM Excellent rating with features to include solar panels, a bio-diverse roof and super-efficient plant. Work is due to start on the Advanced Technologies Centre later this summer, with completion scheduled for May 2015.
BAM construction manager Jason Pink said: "We are delighted to be working on another part of Bradford College's ambitious and progressive development plans. Having built a good working relationship with the college and our suppliers on the new campus project, we look forward to taking this momentum into the latest scheme.”