As the CEO of Green Structure Homes in Alabama, Barbara Stokes has been working closely with Scott Stokes, the COO of the company, to help create more manufacturing jobs in Alabama. Green Structure Homes has focused its operations on developing commercial residential structures across North America and has also been doing project management leadership as well as engineering for more than 8 years. With a growing demand for modular wood frame homes, Barbara Stokes has promised to work towards ensuring that the manufacturing sector that feeds the construction industry is expanded, and this would in effect help to create more jobs.
Recently, Barbara announced that his company would take part in the creation of jobs across eight states. The manufacturing jobs will be served to communities in Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, Minesota, Pennysylvinia, Virginia, Texas, and Louisiana. This is in response to a 28.5M contract that was awarded GSH that provides modular homes to support those who were hit by Hurricane Harvey. Follow Barbara Stokes on facebook.com.
In an interview, Barbara Stokes expressed his satisfaction and joy in getting an opportunity to invest in these eight communities. He gave assurance that GSH would work to also provide support to local businesses so as to accelerate indirect and direct job growth in those communities. Most importantly, the services provided would be of the highest quality standards. The project will give GSH an opportunity to put its innovation to work to help families in Texas that are in dire need of homes. The homes are safe and designed to safely accommodate families, so this is a technology that is projected to gain pace as more people get to learn about its benefits.
Green Structure Homes was established in 2008 by Scott Stokes and Barbara Stokes. The company specializes in disaster relief and is based in Alabama. It provides a wide range of solutions that are useful to the government as well as private sector customers, and it utilizes state-of-the-art design and engineering principles. The manufacturing technique has been applauded for its cost cutting capabilities as well as speed of execution and safety achieved. Barbara Stokes, before establishing the company, worked as a disaster relief expert. With Scott Stokes, they boast of more than 30 years working in disaster relief and management. Their skills in managing the company have been a pillar of growth and one of the reasons Green Structure Homes has continued to grow over the years. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.