Barbara Stokes Brings Relief to Alabama

Barbara Stokes, a biomedical degree graduate from Mercer University, is the renowned team leader and founder of the disaster relief construction company, Green Structure Homes, located in the community of Huntsville, Alabama. Having gained experience in government contracting during her time with Boeing and Pisces, stokes took advantage and decided to put her experience to use, and with her husband, founded Great Structure Homes. Read more about Barbara Stokes at

After the disaster of Hurricane Harvey, which caused catastrophic damage to Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, Louisiana, and other neighboring states resulting in 125 billion dollars in relief, Stoke’s design and engineering team came to Alabama with extensive experience in the design, build, and delivery of on-site construction of mobile, commercial, and residential structures. While millions of Americans affected by Hurricane Harvey began to pick up the pieces of their scattered lives the government decided to request services from small business construction contractor companies like GHS of Alabama to start the $28.5 million rebuilding process. Barbara Stokes and her team could not have been more ready to take on the heavy task. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Crunchbase.

The GHS Alabama construction contractor company, a proud supporter of FEMA, is well informed on government contracting and since operating have had various contracts through Department of Defense, Department of State, Department of Homeland Security, and U.S Missile Defense Agency.

GHS of Alabama provides the community of Huntsville, Alabama and surrounding states with 30 years of experience in innovative design, development, installation, and inspection of mobile, commercial, and residential structures that will begin renovating sites hit by the severe outlash caused by Hurricane Harvey.

Barbara Stokes is blessed to have such a talented and innovative design team, using the knowledge she has gained from the failings of FEMA relief attempts after the destruction of Hurricane Katrina, they can help provide safe and durable homes for their disaster relief users.