Barbara Stokes and FEMA Strike a Contract

Barbara Stokes is the Chief Executive Officer of Green Structure Homes (GSH) of Huntsville, Alabama. She is a graduate of Mercer University, Class of 2001, having studied Biomedical Engineering and Physics. While there, she also studied Manufacturing and Management, Structures and Properties of materials, Technical Communication, and Thermodynamics — all of which would serve highly beneficial to her future career in disaster relief. It was only after some experiences with Pisces Corporation and Boeing that she decided to join GSH. Barbara is highly experienced in government contracting and is passionate about the missions of FEMA and the U.S. Government. Moreover, she is a mother of three and an active volunteer in her local community in Huntsville. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.

On September 29, 2017, GSH, announced that her company secured a contract with FEMA. GSH is mainly a disaster relief contractor and has helped with various natural disasters. The organization stated that both FEMA and U.S. Department of Homeland Security agreed upon new modular homes for the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. With an estimated worth of about $30 million, this contract is set to be completed by March 2018.

Barbara Stokes is honored to help rebuild homes in partnering with FEMA. She believes her company will provide “the very best in value and quality” to its customers. In fact, some of the homes have high-quality safety features and innovative designs; amongst these are an automatic fire suppressor. All of the company’s features are designed in Huntsville, Alabama, and then implemented throughout the nation. In partnering with FEMA, the company established its values of helping the community and especially the nation at a time of need. Read this article at

GSH was originally founded in 2008 (merely a decade ago). It offers solutions to customers of all sorts, including the government and private sector companies and uses industry-leading design, manufacturing, and engineering techniques. GSH has already established its importance through several events and industry opportunities. In addition, Barbara Stokes and COO Scott Stokes, have more than three decades of combined experience in the disaster relief industry.