Green Structure Homes of Alabama is making its mark as a disaster relieve construction contractor. The company is working with the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA. Their contract calls for building state-of-the-art modular homes in conjunction with supporting relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey. The contract’s value totals $28,516,300. Green Structure Homes looks to complete its contract by March of 2018. Read this article at businessinsider.com.
Barbara Stokes is the CEO of Green Structure homes. The company builds state-of-the art modular homes that offer consumers innovative safety features that are also environmentally friendly. She founded the Huntsville, Alabama company in 2008. Today, it is a relief disaster contractor that offers a complete range of design and building solutions for the private building sector.
Barbara Stokes, along with Scott Stokes and their senior management, have a combined work experience totaling over three decades. The company also utilizes modern engineering and manufacturing techniques. Their homes can be quickly built and located onsite with a minimal crew. The company’s homes can withstand hurricane winds up to 130 mph.
The homes are also environmentally friendly and mold, pest, and mildew resistant. GSH designs the units as one, two, or multiple bedroom family units. Buyers can choose such amenities as baths with marble, or state-of-the-art kitchens. The company builds each home to the customer’s specifications.
Studs, trusses, and roofs are built of wood or light gauge steel. Home exteriors look like that of executive homes. Workers can also erect the homes in a matter of days once they arrive on site. GSH also provides administration logistics, warehousing, and fleet maintenance services. The company’s federal contracts include FEMA temporary housing, CCD, and proprietary designs. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.