Relief’s CEO, Barbara Stokes

Barbara Stokes is the CEO of Green Structured Homes Delivered (GSH), operating out of Huntsville, Alabama. Barbara attended Mercer University and in 2001 she received her Bachelors of Science and Education in Biomedical Engineering and Physics. While there she also studied Manufacturing and Management, Structure and Properties of Material, Technological Communication, and Thermodynamics. She is the founder and president of the Biomedical Engineering Club. Barbara Stokes is a mother of three and is married to Scott Stokes, COO of GSH. She and her husband Scott founded this company in 2008 and celebrate 10 years of business. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.

GSH is a construction company that designs, engineers, and erects mobile and modular homes, as well as commercial buildings. Recently GSH took on a $28.5M contract with FEMA to help rebuild the homes for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Barbara and Scott have recently announced the explosion of job opportunities in the eight states that suffered damage from Harvey. These states include:

  • Alabama
  • Florida
  • Louisiana
  • North Carolina
  • Minnasota
  • Texas
  • Pennsylvania
  • Virginia

View: https://gazetteday.com/2018/04/green-structure-homes-brings-relief-families-struggling-disaster/

Mrs. Stokes has a history of working with Boeing and the Pisces Corporation giving her years of experience handling government contracts and large work orders. She also believes in supporting the local economy, so she instructs project managers to order and purchase from local vendors and businesses as the job allows. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.

GSH’s structures all have a unique feature that protects its dwellers. They come equipped with an automatic fire suppression system. The Company itself offers in-house project management and independent engineering, all backed by a 30-year developed, installation, and inspection warranty. Their ability to construct large quantities of quality homes in short amounts of time makes them perfect for the FEMA contract and shows why they were chosen for these previous projects:

  • Bullet resistant modular guard shacks for U.S.Navy
  • All Utility and modular structures near Mississippi State University including student housing
  • Underground utility facilities for U.S.Army training

Custom storage for tons of U.S.Air Force equipment

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