Although there were many requests for bids, Green Structure Homes Delivered of Alabama (GSH), a disaster relief construction contractor from Huntsville, was given a contract with FEMA and the United States Department of Homeland Security to build manufactured homes after Hurricane Harvey. Barbra Stokes, the CEO of GSH exclaimed, “GSH is proud to provide relief to all those affected by Hurricane Harvey.” Visit her Linkedin profile to know more.
Barbara Stokes has certainly proven her leadership skills in the Disaster Relief Construction community to Green Structure Homes Delivered of Alabama. Graduating from Mercer University in 2001, Stokes primarily studied Biomedical Engineering and Physics. She also took multiple courses in Manufacturing and Managing, Technical Communication, Structures and Properties of Materials, and Thermodynamics. Barbara is highly experienced in government contracting and is proud to lead GSH in supporting the mission of FEMA and the United States Government. As well as her work with GSH of Alabama, Barbara is an effective volunteer in the Huntsville community and a mother to three children. Visit cullmantimes.com to know more about Barbara Stokes.
Green Structure Homes of Alabama, LLC was supported in 2008 by Barbara and her husband, Scott Stokes. throughout the creation of GSH, Alabama was in a very buzz with the many new jobs being created. Scott and Barbara Stokes really helped the economy and employment rate in their town. GSH of Alabama offers a spread of solutions to government and personal sector customers. They use state of the art style, engineering, and production techniques when completing their homes. Barbara Stokes, CEO, and Scott Stokes, COO, along side senior management skills have over thirty years of combined expertise in Disaster Relief. They design, build, deliver and offer on-site construction of mobile and modular commercial and residential structures throughout North America.
GSH has produced state of the art light gauge steel homes with plank exteriors called “Green Homes”. The steel for these “Green Homes” comes from locally manufactured
steel which has a 60% recycle content. The little homes are transposable, architecturally designed, hurricane-rated up to 200 mph and even mold, mildew, and pest resistant. As of January 2018, GSH announced a new partnership with Skyline Corporation that will enable GSH to expand home production to Arkansas City, Kansas, and Lancaster, Wisconsin, in addition to existing operations in six other states.