"Employment could not be secured for a further 59 employees working on paused construction projects and regrettably they will leave the business later this week", it said.
At the same time, 4,418 staff working in prison facilities management, defence-base catering and cleaning contracts have been transferred to new contract holders.
The official receiver, the office sifting through Carillion's contracts for the government's Insolvency Service, raised hopes for the 11,800 staff who have yet to learn their fate, saying there was a "lot of interest" from companies keen to take on more of the collapsed company's public and private sector work.
Nearly 1,000 job roles have so far been lost after construction giant Carillion collapsed into liquidation last month.
"Arrangements have now been finalised to transfer prison facilities management and defence bases catering and cleaning contracts to new providers and as a result we have been able to safeguard employment for a further 4,418 employees", the receiver said.
A total of 989 jobs have now been lost since Carillion went into liquidation last month, with 6,668 saved out of the previous directly-employed workforce of 18,000. "Those who have lost their jobs will be able to find support through Jobcentre Plus' Rapid Response Service and are also entitled to make a claim for statutory redundancy payments".
The process to find new suppliers to deliver Carillion's contracts continues, the spokesperson added.
Thousands more jobs at defunct outsourcing giant Carillion have been saved by transferring a series of contracts to other providers, the Official Receiver has just confirmed. "I am continuing to engage with staff, elected employee representatives and unions to keep them informed as these arrangements are confirmed".