The restaurants will be built at Elliott’s 13 acre production plant in Carnaby, North Yorkshire and can be assembled and completed on site within four weeks.
The McDonalds deal will help Elliott hit its target of doubling turnover next year.
The firm has doubled turnover for each of the past two years and landed new contracts recently worth £19.5m in the education, healthcare and retail sectors.
Paul Lang, Managing Director at Elliott Off-Site Building Solutions said: “Although the building industry continues to face economic difficulty, we have managed to buck the trend by focussing on what we do best – providing modern, user-friendly buildings tailored to suit our customers.
“We have a clear business strategy and strong management team and that allows us to replicate our successes in a wide range of end user markets.
“However, we are not complacent and we continue to invest back into our business. We have just unveiled several innovative sector specific solutions that will open up many new opportunities for our company over the next few years.”