Barbara J. Stokes is the CEO of Green Structure Homes (GSH) of Alabama LLC. She and her husband Scott Stokes established the firm in 2008 which is based in Huntsville. Barbara has a vast experience in Disaster Relief Construction Contracting and her leadership skills have been proven over time. Combined with her husband Scott, they have more than 30 years of experience in Disaster Relief. He is the company’s Chief Operating Officer.
The mother of three graduated in 2001 from Mercer University where she pursued Biomedical Engineering and Physics. Barbara Stokes undertook other courses at Mercer which include Manufacturing and Management, Thermodynamics, Technical Communication and Structures and Properties of Materials. Her GSH company provides all construction services from designing, building and delivery, also constructs mobile commercial and residential structures. Initially, she worked at Pisces Corporation and Boeing where she got a vast experience in government contracting. Read more at Business Insider.
Its operations revolve around North America. Its range of construction serves to offer solutions to the government as well as interested private sector clients. She projects significant growth in the areas they serve, to employ more people, support local businesses and increase the labor force. Barbara’s firm is determined to provide unmatched American quality and to provide safe residential homes to very needy families in Texas. Its expertise and experience in the art designs and manufacturing skills are incomparable, GSH delivers perfectly well and has attained global recognition by its clients.
Their lengthy experience in Disaster Relief has enabled them to achieve the growth they have reached so far. Her company intends to hire more workforces in the manufacturing sector and announces job opportunities in eight states affected by the Hurricane Harvey. Communities affected by the hurricane will have a manufacturing facility, and they include Florida, Minnesota, Texas, Virginia, Alabama, North Carolina, Louisiana and Pennsylvania. The new manufacturing jobs will support a $28.5 million contract award from FEMA whose agenda is to change the state of the community to a better one. Read more about Barbara Stokes at crunchbase.com.
GHS offers engineering skills and in-house project management like installation and inspection of structures. Apart from her leadership and administration at Green Structure Homes, Barbara is a devoted volunteer in her community at Huntsville. She has improved many lives by providing modular wood frames and steel homes that the company manufactures.