The contract was awarded by Inverlochy Castle Management International (ICMI) who is managing the hotel, in addition to its eight other independent properties in Scotland.
Peter Queen, Pre-Construction Director, Ogilvie Construction, said: “This prestigious project will breathe new life into one of Scotland’s most elegant estates.
“As a locally based company we are delighted to have secured this contract and are working closely with the team at ICMI to deliver a new luxury venue that will attract visitors from all over the world.”
Norbert Lieder, Managing Director of ICMI, said: “A local company, Ogilvie Construction has an excellent track record for high quality project delivery.
“Cromlix is a unique building with great character and we are looking forward to working with Peter and his team as they transform the building into a unique luxury hotel and restaurant.”
When completed, the refurbished Cromlix House will boast a Chez Roux restaurant, 15 luxury rooms, a chapel, conservatory and an attractive trout loch, as well as number of meeting rooms.