Barbara Stokes as a construction Expert
It is not always common to find women in the construction field due to the society’s way of thinking that such kind of work is mostly for men. Barbara Stokes is one of the few women who are in the construction industry. She is a proficient and a professional leader in Disaster Relief construction contracting. Stokes is the Chief Executive Officer of Green Structure Homes of Alabama LLC.
Green Structure Homes offers services such as building construction, designing, it delivers and offers on-site construction of portable and modular commercial and housing structures in North America. Green Structure Homes also provides in-house project management skills and engineering, and for over 30 years it has been involved in development, inspection of commercial and residential structures, installation, foundation and general planning. Read this article at businessinsider.com.
Barbara Stokes graduated from Mercer University with a BSE in Biomedical/Medical Engineering. Stokes recently announced the creation of jobs in eight states located in communities in Florida, North Carolina, Texas Minnesota, Louisiana, Alabama, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.GSH of Alabama LLC offers solutions to both the Government and the private sector customers. It uses the proprietary state of the art design, manufacturing and engineering techniques to do its construction work, therefore providing excellent services to all customers.
Barbara is also skilled in project management, construction, manufacturing, government contracting and project engineering. With these skills, Barbara Stokes works with her team using state of the art technology to provide for fast modular transport erection, mildew resistant and hurricane-rated structural integrity up to 130 mph. The structures are made of wood and light steel which makes such homes to be energy efficient and also environmental friendly. Barbara Stokes and Scott Stokes founded GSH in 2008 and together with senior management they have 30 years of experience in disaster relief whereby GSH quickly provides safe and innovative homes in times of disasters such as the hurricanes. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.
Barbara Stokes also was the founder and president of the Biomedical Engineering club in 1999 to the year 2000.She has also received awards such as the Engineering education-Transfer scholarships. Despite having lots of experiences, Barbara has published Pendulum Research Summer 1999.Earthquakes in Middle Georgia