Barbara Stokes is CEO of Green Structure Homes Delivered, a disaster relief construction contractor based out of Huntsville, Alabama, USA. Recently the company announced job creation to take place in 8 U.S. States due to the $28.5 million contract awarded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The new jobs will involve creating manufactured homes to provide relief to Americans who were lost their homes due to the massive and destructive storm system, Hurricane Harvey, which recently ravaged the country during the 2017 Hurricane season. Visit her Linkedin profile to know more.
Green Structure Homes Delivered was created by Barbara Stokes(CEO) and Scott Stokes(COO) in 2008. The company offers modern design, engineering, and manufacturing to a both government and civilian customer base. The outfit has over three decades of combined industry experience in providing disaster relief in times of need. Barbara is a graduate from Mercer University(2001) where she studied Biomedical Engineering and Physics, Manufacturing and Management, Technical Communication, Structures and Properties of Materials, and Thermodynamics. Before creating BCH Barbara worked for Pisces Corporation and Boeing. A mother of three, she is also active in volunteer programs in her home region of Alabama. Visit cullmantimes.com to know more about Barbara Stokes.
The FEMA contract awarded to GSH will help to provide housing to the main areas effected in Texas by Hurricane Harvey, including Huston, Texas. Harvey reached winds over 130 miles per hour and dropped over 40 inches of rain on Texas within 4 days time. It is the wettest tropical storm recorded in U.S. history, displacing over 30,000 people from there homes.