CEO, Barbara Stokes founded a company in 2008 called Green Structured Homes Delivered (GSH). Headquarters is located in Huntsville, Alabama, but most operations are performed in disaster relief zones. GSH is a construction company that specializes in the mass design, installation, and erection of mobile and modular wood and steel beam structures. Read this article at businessinsider.com.
Mrs. Stokes is a Mercer University Alumni possessing a Bachelors of Science and Education degree, earned in 2001. During her years of higher learning, she also studied Thermodynamics, Structure & Properties of Materials, Manufacturing & Management, and Technological Communication. Her career history includes Boeing and the Pisces Corporation, where she had acquired her understanding and experience in handling large government contracts. Barbara is also a proud mother of three and wife to Scott Stokes, COO of Green Structured Homes.
Recently, Scott and Barbara Stokes, announced the coming hike of job openings in the following states:
- North Carolina
This employment opportunity increase spawns from GSH signing a contract with FEMA for $28.5M to provide relief for the Hurricane Harvey victims. The company’s reputation for mass production in minimum time makes it a perfect cannidate to take on this project.
Barbara Stokes is a supporter of local economic development and ensures the purchase of materials from local vendors and businesses. Along with her disaster relief projects, she and GSH have held several military contracts as well. GSH is responsible for the design, and engineering of custom storage facilities for the U.S. Air Force. They designed and engineered underground facilities used for U.S. Army training. GSH engineered and erected bullet resistant modular guard shacks for the U.S. Navy.
GSH gives the option of on-site construction of mobile buildings and believes so much in each screw they drive and nail they embed, that they offer a 30-year planning, developing, installing and inspection warranty with every structure. Installation of automatic fire suppression system is done in each building and home, protecting its dwellers, as well as the structure itself. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.