Barbara Stokes and her professional team are once again showing their proven leadership skills when it comes to construction after disaster relief through Stoke’s company, GSH of Alabama, LLC.
Barbara Stokes is the CEO of GSH, and she, along with COO Scott Stokes from Green Structure Homes of Alabama, LLC (GSH) have also recently announced that they are partnering with Skyline Corporation, which is a Skyline Homes parent company. This merger will allow GSH to produce more homes in areas like Kansas, Lancaster, Arkansas City and Wisconsin, along with other operations in six more states. These facilities support the contract awarded by FEMA to GSH by constructing modular homes that will support disaster relief efforts. Follow Barbara Stokes on Linkedin.com.
Barbara Stokes states that GSH is excited to work with Skyline Corporation and shares that the merger is wonderful news for both organizations. The partnership will also give GSH the opportunity to better benefit FEMA, its customer. Scott Stokes also asserted that through working with Skyline Corporation, the two companies bring more than 90 years of experience to the industry. This allows operations to be expanded to eight states and GSH will have the ability to produce homes using the most efficient methods.
Barbara Stokes is a graduate of Mercer University. She graduated in 2001 after majoring in Biomedical Engineering and Physics. She also studied Technical Communication, Thermodynamics, Manufacturing and Management and Structures and Properties of Materials while at Mercer as well.
Before working with GSH of Alabama, Barbara Stokes had experience with Boeing and Pisces Corporation. She is honored to lend her leadership skills to support FEMA’s mission.
Barbara Stokes also actively volunteers in your community in Huntsville, Alabama and is a mother of three.
GSH of Alabama was founded in 2008 by Barbara Stokes and Scott Stokes, and provides clients with a wide range of solutions that are geared toward both private sector and government customers. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.