Green Structure Homes (GSH) of Alabama is a Huntsville-based federal contractor that specializes in building temporary structures for temporary housing and commercial structures. The company offers land planning, utility and foundation services, and project management services as well. They utilize an in-house staff of CAD designers and site supervisors that can handle a project from start to finish. They are the go-to provider of modular structures made from sustainable materials on the Gulf Coast. Barbara Stoke is the Chief Operating Officer (CEO) of GSH and brings a multitude of experience to the company.
GSH of Alabama, LLC Announces New Partnership With Skyline Corporation https://t.co/forUIELEfN
— GSH of Alabama (@GSHofAL) January 17, 2018
Barbara has recently helped secure a federal contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), that is a reported $28.5 deal. This deal will create hundreds of jobs in six different states. GSH will be tasked with building temporary housing for thousands of people that have been displaced from their homes by Hurricane Harvey and other natural disasters. Barbara’s experience with securing government contracts was vital to the deal coming to fruition.
Barbara Stokes graduated from Mercer University in 2001 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. She has extensive experience in running a business, having been the owner and operator of the Pisces Corporation in the 1990s. Prior to starting GHS with her husband Scott, Barbara worked as a manager at aircraft manufacturing giant, Boeing, where she learned the ins and outs of securing federal contracts. He desire to help those in her community drove her passion to start GSH. The mother of three children, Barbara is a true rock star to the people of Huntsville, Alabama.