Barbara Stokes is the CEO of Green Structure Homes of Alabama. Stokes has an impressive background in biomedical engineering and physics. She also has a strong educational background that includes management, thermodynamics, and technical communications to name several disciplines. In 2001, she graduated from Mercer University.
Barbara Stokes also has experience with government contracting, and working with FEMA and other sectors of the government. GSH positions itself to be a leader in the construction of environmentally free homes. The homes are energy-efficient with a record of fast-building times. They are equally impressive in that they can withstand hurricane winds up to 130 mph. The homes are also resistant to mold, mildew, and pest infestations. The homes are presently being built as single, two, or multiple bedroom units. Follow Barbara Stokes on facebook.com.
The manufacturer builds the homes with light gauge steel and wood. Their outward appearance is that of an executive home, and the interior can be tailored to the owner’s preference. In addition, the company’s homes require a minimum workforce to build, are more affordable, and provide the homeowner with reduced energy costs. The company utilizes state-of-the art technology in each home’s construction.
The fact these homes are manufactured offsite also implies there will be as little impact on the local environment as possible. The workforce and materials needed are minimal. The sites can be erected in mere days once they arrive onsite. Steel roofs reflect the sun’s rays, and special insulation is used throughout the homes.
Stokes’s company uses consistent processes and procedures. As such, the final products are of the highest quality and design. The company also provides timely assurance checks to make sure everything is on schedule. GSH offers an array of logistic services that include facilities management, monthly reporting, electronic control of fleet records, and much more. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.