CEO Barbara Stokes Helps Create Homes for Disaster Relief

Green Structure Homes Delivered CEO Barbara Stokes and COO Scott Stokes have announced they are creating new manufacturing jobs in eight states. The jobs will be located in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia. The Huntsville, Alabama-based Disaster relief construction contractor received a $28.5 million FEMA and the US Department of Homeland Security contract award to build modular homes to support Hurricane Harvey relief. They hope to complete the homes by March 2018. Founded in 2008 by Barbara and Scott Stokes, Green Structure Homes offers aid to many government and private sector clients, with a combined 30 years in providing disaster relief. Follow Barbara Stokes on

Green Structure Homes also completed a $12.7 million contract following the flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and created a fully automated fire suppression system in new homes with a $7.8 million contract in 2017.

Barbara Stokes graduated from Mercer University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering and Physics. With knowledge of manufacturing, management, technical communication, structures and properties materials, and thermodynamics, Barbara stokes has years of experience in government contracting and continues to support helping FEMA and the United States government since 2012. Green Structure Homes received the highest possible ratings during their contract.


They also provide fleet maintenance and warehousing services. Green Structure Homes produces their homes with CNC machines and AutoCAD to increase quality, accuracy, and reduction in labor costs. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.