Barbara Stokes’ comments during the announcement to create new jobs in eight states was one of the epitome moments of the event. She stated that her company’s end goal in the endeavor was to improve the locals’ businesses and livelihoods by opening up jobs. Barbara was optimistic that he newly launched projects would eventually allow them to open up innovative home to more Americans. Her co CEO Scott Stokes added that the project would especially benefit the most suitable families in Texas.

Barbara and Scott Stokes run Green Structure Homes of Alabama, from its headquarter office in Huntsville, Alabama. The firm offers services to both private and federal clients after the occurrence of natural disasters such as a hurricane. They utilize high tech machinery to develop cutting-edge designs, manufacture unique tools and engineer the homes. The two co-CEOS are highly experienced architectural experts with over 30 years in the field. They manage to run Green Structure by fusing their technical know-how with seasoned leadership capabilities.

The new job announcement was a relief to victims of Hurricane Harvey in the eight states – Texas, Minnesota, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida, Alabama and Louisiana. The employees will help Green Structures in creating new homes in all of those states. The project was made possible by a $28.5 million contract by FEMA to the company.

In Barbara’s three-decade career, she has had active involvement with planning, developing, installing and inspecting both residential and commercial buildings. She leads Green Structures to adapt an endearing business strategy to design, build and deliver exceptional construction of both modular and mobile facilities. Green Structures is majorly based in North America with clients who have high remarks for the firm’s staff.

After graduating from Mercer University with a degree in biomedical engineering in 2000, Barbara began working for Boeing Company in Georgia as the AOG manager. Prior to her graduation, Barbara was an active college student who held two jobs between 1996 and 1999, and one before commencing her tertiary education. She worked as a research assistant at the University of Alabama in 1990 and started the Pisces Corporation in 1991. In 1996, she worked for Muscular Dystrophy Association as an administrative assistant until 1999. Her interest in tech stemmed at an early age, with successful college projects involving IT in college. Barbara is highly inclined towards technology in her area of work, hence encourages innovation using innovative software and hardware.

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