This is local, Massachusetts supplier. I brought him my hives, one deep with six frames of foundation each. He installed bees in them and called when they were ready to pick up. I brought them home, didn't disturb for two weaks, just fed them sugar. Should be four frames of brood and about 2-3 # of bees, and queens. What I found two weeks later I wrote. If it was four frames of brood, after emerging there should be deep full of bees. They were covering just six frames.
Lesson for the future. You should have inspected the boxes before leaving his property. For what you paid you should have been shown what you were getting.
Bees take time to build up. I have never had a frame built up faster than a week from foundation. Also if there is no queen build up will decrease dramatically.
But after two weeks even with a good queen , good weather and good plants you might have six frames.
The gold plated rule for bees. Bees require patience. You can't rush them.
I literally heard at my last beekeeper meeting someone say you have to train your bees, I almost flew out of my chair laughing so hard. It is a wonder I am allowed out in public sometimes.