No one likes to experience a disaster in their lives, especially when that disaster effects so many of those closest to you. Disaster cries out for relief from significant needs with utmost precision and care. Disasters brings life-threatening events close to home. It is always good to have those around you when times like this happen because you know someone has your back and it watching out for your overall safety and welfare. We have the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Homeland Security who are positioned as first responders. Follow Barbara Stokes on Linkedin.com.
Besides the Government directed and funded responders to relief victims, there are individual businesses that extend their support. Lastly, private companies that have non-profit organizational arms to their company that reach out when the lives of people are in jeopardy.
GSH of Alabama, LLC is known as a disaster relief construction contractor, which builds portable homes as relief structures at times of disaster. Green Structured Homes Delivered, LLC is a registered Disaster Relief Construction Contractor operated by Barbara Stokes, CEO and Scott Stokes, COO. One of their latest contracts with FEMA required them to build facilities across eight states with a $28.5 Million contract. GSH can provide functional homes on site for victims of disasters. Over its 40 year history, Barbara and Scott Stokes have received many contracts from government agencies: U.S. Navy, U.S. Corps of Engineers, U.S. Air Force and FEMA.
Barbara Stokes graduated from Mercer University and studied Biomedical Engineering and Physics. Barbara Stokes is highly experienced in government contracts and proud to support the mission of FEMA. Barbara Stokes is a leading member of GSH of Alabama and leads the Green Structure Home Delivered arm of GSH Alabama. She brings much experience to the Disaster Relief Construction Industry thru her work with GSH of Alabama. Before Barbara Stokes joined GSH of Alabama, she held leadership roles at Pisces Corporation and Boeing. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.