All 20 members of EEM, along with other East Midlands social housing providers, will be able to benefit from the savings offered through the framework.
The firms will bid for work over the next four years with total investment estimated to be as high at £200m across the region.
EEM insulation framework
- Bullock Construction
- Herbert T Forrest
- Sustainable Building Services (UK)
- Wates Construction
It is estimated that as many as 100,000 residential properties could benefit from solid wall insulation systems across the East Midlands.
The buildings are likely to include a mix of low and high rise properties and the first projects are expected to be commissioned later this month.
Pete Smith, managing director of EEM, said: “This is just phase one of our project to create the best solution which is flexible to support both housing providers and communities.
“We have now hit the ground running by appointing the right quality installers on this framework who can draw down funding to minimise expenditure and reduce carbon emissions across the East Midlands.
“All our members will be faced with enhancing their properties and tackling fuel poverty over the coming years. These contracts will enable them to use reliable installers and get the best value for money available.”