Green Structure Homes, Inc., (GSH) is a manufacturing facility located in Alabama. Barbara Stokes is the company’s leader for the Disaster Relief Construction Industry. The corporation delivers, designs, builds, and offers construction of modular and mobile structures in North America. They also offer independent engineering, development, project management, inspection, and installation. The homes built by GSH are typically steel and wood homes.

GSH provides environmentally friendly, energy efficient, and state of the art homes. The homes are highly resistant to hurricanes, storm related issues, as well as mildew, pest, and mold resistant. All of the units can be customized to fit your family’s needs. Whether it is a two bedroom, or three bedroom family home. The interiors can be easily customizable, and set up is within days. GSH homes are delivered on site, and typically put together from the warehouse. This provides minimal impact on the environment, and lowers the overall building costs. Read this article at businessinsider.com.

GSH has many projects to complement their reputation. They are involved in planning and implementing structures for the private sector, navy, U.S. Army, and U.S. Air force. The company built UL rated Level 8 bullet resistant guard shacks, finished 262 residential and commercial buildings, manufactured student housing in Mississippi, built and designed security gates, and constructed disaster homes for FEMA.

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Barbara Stokes the leader behind GSH, gives the company new insights and knowledge every day. Barbara graduated in 2001 from Mercer University. Here, she studied Physics and Biomedical Engineering. She also has some minor studies in Technical Communication, Manufacturing and Management, Thermodynamics, and Structures and Properties of Materials. Her previous employers were Boeing, Pisces Corporation, and government contracting. She is truly proud to lead Green Structure Homes in their mission to support the United States Government and FEMA. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.