GHS Founder Barbara Stokes Aids in Disaster Relief

In the wake of the destruction left behind by Hurricane Harvey along the Texas coast, one company stepped up to help bring relief to the hardest hit communities. Green Structure Homes or GSH is a company that focuses on the innovation and production of disaster relief homes as well as other areas that help communities through natural disasters. Green Structure Homes was founded by Barbara Stokes in 2008 and has since been dedicated to applying state of the art technology, design, and manufacturing to all their disaster relief products. This is why it was to no one’s surprise that the U.S government awarded the Alabama company a 28.5 million dollar contract after the events of Hurricane Harvey. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.

The company was appointed to deliver a large number of FEMA relief homes by March of 2018. The company along with its founder Barbara Stokes where able to meet this demand and produce the required amount for the people of Texas in record time. To date, GSH has worked for various government agencies such as the Department of Defense, Department of State, Department of Homeland Security, and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency. The company is very well versed in the inner workings of the government with much of the success seen in the company due largely in part to Barbara Stokes’s own experience with the government during her time and Boeing and Pisces Corp. Not only does Barbara Stokes experience help the company obtain contracts but also aid in the type of quality they deliver. Barbara Stokes understands that being able to provide products in a precise and timely manner is primarily due to communication between agencies, a skill her and the company have mastered. Read more about Barbara Stokes at

Barbara Stokes has been quoted as saying that she is very grateful for the talented and skillful team of designers and engineers who have been able to work within her company. She goes on to say that they are continually working to make their homes better than the last ones, in fact, Barbara Stokes was one of the leading proponents in the development of fire suppression systems and access ramps for all tents.