Barbara currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Green Structure Homes (GSH), Alabama. This company designs, builds, deliver and offer onsite services of residential and modular commercial structures. It has over many years of experience in development, foundation, installation, planning and inspection of residential and commercial structures.
The company was founded in 2008 by Barbara Stokes and Scot Stokes, specializing in disaster relief to both the government and the private sector in Alabama. It provides a wide range of solutions and utilizes engineering principles and state of art design in its procedures. The technique is known to be cost cutting and the company has been applauded for offering cheap, affordable and quality services to its clients. Visit her Linkedin profile to know more.
She is a graduate of Mercer University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering and Physics. In addition, Barbara has studied in the fields of Technical Communication, Structures and properties of materials, manufacturing and management and Thermodynamics.
Barbara has been working on expanding the construction industry with an aim of improving lives through creating more job opportunities. The demand for modular frame wood homes has grown as a result of damage caused by Hurricane Harvey to many families. Barbara has planned on working with the manufacturing industry in a contract given to the GSH Company to construct new homes.
While working on the contract, Barbara assures giving support to the local communities to help them in their business growth both directly and indirectly.
The opportunity to work in the affected communities’ contract excites Barbara. It will give the GSH a chance to put its innovations in action and help in proving the affected families with well-designed homes. Visit cullmantimes.com to know more about Barbara Stokes.
Her career before joining GSH was in Pisces Corporation and Boeing where she had an invaluable experience and added a lot of value to the company. She is also very experienced in government contracting and can be able to get many contracts as her rapport with the government is outstanding.
While not working in the GSH Company, Barbara Stokes actively participates as a volunteer at Huntsville Community. She is able to give ideas on how to improve the welfare of the community using her extensive knowledge and experience.
Apart from working and being a volunteer, she is a mother of three and actively plays her role as a mother. She supports her children in development and also by mentoring them. She acts as a role model to her children.