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Barbara Stokes and GSH Innovate Modular Home Building Construction

by Chris Holden - January 11th, 2018.
Filed under: Business Expert.

Barbara Stokes of Green Structure Homes of Alabama has a background that prepared her for her present career. She is the CEO of a company that provides disaster relief construction. Based in Huntsville, the company has recently spurred manufacturing home growth and jobs in Alabama. The effects of construction are also felt in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Minnesota, and Florida. The company builds homes that will help in supporting Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Green Structure Homes specializes in building residential and commercial structures to withstand the ravishes of a full-on hurricane. The company has built a reputation for building disaster relief structures. They utilize innovative engineering, designs, and installation techniques that save time, money, and manpower. The structures are also environmentally friendly and can quickly be constructed onsite with as little manpower as possible. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.

Barbara Stokes attended the oldest, private college in Georgia: Mercer University. She received her BS degree in Engineering and Biomedical/Medical Engineering in 2000. Her education offered the perfect platform for what she would choose for a career. Her impressive education also includes studies in manufacturing, management, thermodynamics, property of materials, and structures. She also gained management skills and industry knowledge by having worked at Pisces Corporation.

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The NOAA, along with Princeton University, have produced analysis that shows how weather and climate change may affect floods, droughts, hurricanes, and other weather patterns. The organization even predicts that mild weather days will shorten. Knowing how weather will likely change in the near future will affect a complete range of industries including construction, military operations, tourism, travel, agriculture, recreation, and much more. There is, virtually, no human endeavor that is not affected by weather. This knowledge places her company in a position to prepare for what many believe to be inevitable weather events.

Stokes also has a reputation for giving back to the community as well. She finds the time and commitment to donate to several charities, and volunteer work as well for various Alabama communities. Presently, Green Structure Homes continues to work with FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security. They’re helping build innovative modular homes for relieve efforts. Green Structure Homes should complete its contract in 2018. Follow Barbara Stokes on Facebook.

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