Barbara Stokes’ Marvelous Achievements in GSH

The Hurricane Harvey of August 25th, 2015, roughly totaled $125 billion as the cost of relief and thus became the second-costliest tropical cyclone in U.S. history that majorly affected Texas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi. While millions of the Americans struggled to pick up the portions of their lives, the federal government invested a lot in small business construction contractors such as GSH of Alabama as a way of supporting the rebuilding process. Green Structure Homes of Alabama, LLC was a small Huntsville Company that was founded by Barbara Stokes and Scott Stokes in 2008. Read more at Business Insider.

GSH of Alabama has proven to be a dedicated and innovative disaster relief contractor who offers a spectrum of answers to both public and private sector customers. It dutifully responded to the country’s call for aid through supplying the victims of Harvey with the temporary housing needed for them to rebuild their lives. By using the state of the art designs, engineering and manufacturing methods, this process of providing shelter to the affected regions succeeded.

GSH being in the FEMA Register as the Disaster Relief Construction Contractor, it has been poised to aid during the occurrence of the future natural disasters. Also, it is well experienced in the art of government contracting, and it has worked with numerous Departments such as the Department of Defense, Department of State and U.S. Missile Defense Agency on several agreement requirements. Read more about Barbara Stokes at

Barbara Stokes, before she founded GSH in collaboration with her husband, she had graduated with Biomedical Engineering and Physics from Mercer University. She also studied Manufacturing and Management, Technical Communication, Thermodynamics and Structures and Properties of Materials while still in Mercer. After an extensive experience at both Pisces Corporation and Boeing, Barbara Stokes becomes the founder of GSH.

Lastly, Barbara Stokes is a proud leader and CEO of GSH who supports the mission of FEMA as well as the United States Government. Together with her team, they have brought and practiced a proven leader in the Disaster Relief Construction Industry to GSH which belongs to Alabama LLC. Also, she is a mother of three and an active volunteer in the Huntsville community.