A further £125m of projects are in the pipeline to be shared among some of the 45 contractors with a place on the framework.
When set up the 4-year framework, extendable by two years, was expected to capture around £2.6bn of public work.
The latest progress figures have raised doubts over YORbuild’s ability to hit its ambitious work targets in the wake of public spending cuts.
So far, Homes and Communities Agency funding for new build social housing has delivered close to £40m of projects.
Humberside police force is also using the scheme to build a new £25m headquarters and Yorkshire Police are planning to build three new stations.
YORbuild’s performance manager Lee Parkinson said: “User feedback is very positive indeed which reflects the high level of planning and effort which went into the framework’s development.
“In addition the progress that the YORbuild Framework has made in developing its value added offer is significant and this has been recognised through the award of National SkillsAcademy for Construction Status alongside other quality marks which the framework will carry in the near future.”