The pretendered framework could be worth up to £1.5bn over four years, according to the national procurement specialist.
A lion’s share of the work is set to be shared by six firms: Caledonian Modular, Rollalong, F1 Modular, Hill Partnerships, Keepmoat and Galliford Try Partnerships.
These firms dominate 38 contract lots covering England, Scotland and Wales, as well as local regions. Other framework place winners include Seddon, and in Scotland Cruden Investments and CCG Contracting.
The latest LHC panel completes a suite of offsite housing frameworks, which also covers specific firms covering volumetric and panelised construction options.
Suppliers on the framework have developed standard house types which help clients avoid design issues and save time and money, as the houses already comply with Building Regulations, the Housing Quality Index and funding authority requirements.
John Skivington, LHC Director said: “We are delighted to launch the second phase of our offsite construction framework.
“Offering a supply only, as well as a full turnkey solution, offers our clients flexibility of choice. The companies appointed to service this new framework meet the strict LHC requirement of offering superior quality while offering competitive pricing.
“I would recommend that anyone interested in finding out more should attend our Factory Fortnight event in February 2016. This event will offer clients the opportunity to visit off site factories and find out about the benefits of modern off-site building techniques.”