Green Structure Homes of Alabama (GSH) is in the business of helping people reclaim their lives in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Barbara Stokes, CEO of Green Structure Homes, is committed to leading the charge when it comes to restoring communities. She created the disaster relief construction company along with Scott Stokes in 2008. Scott is currently the COO of Green Structure Homes and helps to provide well built, safe structures when people need them most. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.
As the CEO of Green Structure Homes, Barbara Stokes leads with a solid understanding of efficient, long-lasting structures that are built using state of the art techniques. She has a well-rounded background that began with studying physics and many aspects of manufacturing while getting her degree at Mercer University. Barbara has also worked with the best in the manufacturing industry such as Boeing and the Pisces Corporation. Her strong leadership skills and ability to work with government agencies such as FEMA make Green Structure Homes the frontrunner in the disaster relief construction industry.
Green Structures Homes was proud to be the recipient of a $28 million-dollar contract from FEMA to construct homes for residents who lost their homes in Hurricane Harvey. The contract will not only provide well-fabricated homes for survivors of Hurricane Harvey, but it is also providing jobs to American workers across the states of Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Texas, Minnesota, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Green Structure Homes is honored to help reconnect their lives by providing viable, long-lasting homes to community members across Texas. They will continue to provide their expertise in manufacturing to government agencies and the community at large to help people live better lives. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.