The winning firms are Impact Modular, Jan Snel UK Ltd, M-AR Offsite, Melius Homes, OSCO Homes and Totally Modular Ltd.
The framework is designed specifically for offsite manufacture and construction of housing using modern methods of construction (MMC).
It will run for four years supplying 77 local authority and housing association members.
Robert Whitton, Founder and Chief Executive of Impact Capital Group said: “We are so pleased to have been appointed under this Framework, which marks yet another positive shift in the housing and construction sectors.
“In response to the Prime Minister’s pledge to “build better, build greener and build faster,” Impact Modular seeks to play its role in the green recovery.
“Precision factory engineered homes offer significantly improved timescales for project build, a superior consistency of quality standards and improved supply chain resilience.
“All these factors are fundamental in helping to meet the UK’s housing targets.
“We are really excited to have the opportunity to contribute to a positive change in how housing is delivered, building the homes that Britain needs whilst assisting in the transition to net zero carbon housing by combining digital design, intelligent technology and offsite construction techniques to manufacture homes.”
Impact Modular is part of Impact Capital Group which launched earlier this year with the acquisition of the volumetric offsite manufacturer Lesko Modular.