The offsite specialist is delivering £45m of works for the projects which are part of the first wave of new MMC schools to be built in the next four years.
The first scheme to reach contract award on the framework is Reds10’s Abbey Farm Educate Together Primary School in Swindon where work started on site this week.
Other schools Reds10 are currently progressing under the framework include sites on the Isle of Sheppey, Havering and Nottingham.
Paul Ruddick, CEO of Reds10, said: “Reds10 has played a central part in driving forward the first set of projects under the framework.
“Our role has placed us at the centre of stakeholder engagement, encouraging close collaboration with DfE, local authorities, the end users and the design team to optimise the value that MMC can bring.
“One year on, and it is already making a significant difference, with the best of MMC being showcased and a new standard being set for what can be delivered within budget and at real pace.”