The Role Barbara Stokes Plays In Sheltering Disaster Victims

Green Structure Homes Delivered is a company located in Huntsville, Alabama. It is construction firm known for its disaster relief services. GHS partners with various government agencies and also with FEMA to construct temporary homes or structures for disaster victims. When a disaster such as tornados and hurricanes strike, most communities are left homeless. GHS comes in to construct some temporary shelters for the affected communities. Temporary housing has been a huge demand for GSH and it has continued to meet this demand with the help of the $28.5 million it won through FEMA contract. It has used this money to hire more workers and expand its operations. Construction products from Green Structure Homes have been in high demand especially when wildfires, Hurricane Harvey, as well as, other disasters come. Read more about Barbara Stokes at

Barbara Stokes happens to the innovative leader in GSH (Green Structure Homes Delivered), which she founded in 2008. Barbara studied at a Macon-based Mercer University in Georgia where she studied Physics and Biomedical Engineering. She went further and studied Technical Communication, Thermodynamics, Material Properties, Management and Manufacturing at Mercer University and graduated in 2001. Her vast experience from Boeing and Pisces Corporation helped her to become the Chief Executive Officer of GSH in Huntsville. Having obtained incredible experience in government contracts, Barbara has supported the US government and FEMA in constructing temporary relief homes.

The kind of project management that Green Structure Homes provides is in-house. Green Structure Homes has more than 30 years’ leadership and experience in overall inspection, installation, development, foundation, and planning. Through GSH, Barbara Stokes has managed to construct steel and wood structured homes, particularly in North America. She is known to build high standard and innovative modular and mobile structures. Her structures are resistant to mildew, pests, and mold and they are easy to customize. She knows how to design the family structures into one, two or multiple bedroom units with customizable baths and kitchens.


Besides being the GSH CEO, Barbara is also a wife to Scott Stokes and a mother of three. Though a busy contractor and family woman, she still finds time to actively volunteer in her Huntsville community. Her commitment to the community, especially in times of disaster, is unmatched. In addition to building temporal structures during disaster times, Barbara’s aim is also to offer the local business community adequate support. She also looks forward to seeing indirect and direct job growth in the neighboring regions accelerated. Innovation and safety are her main concerns when constructing temporary homes of families. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.