I would like to know if any orthodox publisher has put out a version of the book(s) of the Maccabees.
Daat and tsel are both religious websites - I don't know if you count them as "publishers". Maccabees I
Maccabees II - http://www.daat.ac.il/daat/hasfarim/hashmonaim-b-2.htm
They're all based on "Ketuvim Achronim" by Yitzchak Frankel. I'm having a hard time digging up information on Frankel, but the publisher is Levin-Epstein, (which existed until recently and republished the book a few times). They started off as a publisher of primarily Jewish religious books, but they grew (for economic reasons) to publish more literary works too. It's hard to pin them down to a specific ideology, especially as the labels "orthodox", "conservative" and "reform" barely existed when the book was published.
So in other words, the simple answer depends how you define "orthodox" and how you define "publisher", but I've provided all the information I have and will let you make up your own mind.
Long ago, before Artscroll ruled the earth, there was a siddur called the Birnbaum Siddur used in orthodox circles. It contains the book (or books) of Macabees.
I suggest "Five Glorious Brothers" by Rabbi Pinchas Stolper. It's an English translation of the apocryphal books of First and Second Maccabees. The author includes a fine introduction and epilogue clearing up the real story of Chanukah as we know it versus the contents of the books.