Barbara Stokes is a leader in the disaster relief construction industry. She is a mother and is also a woman of goodwill in the Huntsville community. She undertook bachelors of science degree in biomedical engineering and physics from the University of Mercer. She also studied thermodynamics, manufacturing, and technical communication before she joined green structure Inc. of Alabama. Follow Barbara Stokes on

The green structures homes were founded in 2008. It is a disaster relief construction contractor that is located in Alabama, USA and It offers a large variety of solutions, to both private sector companies and also the government. The solutions include designs, engineering, and manufacturing. It is headed by Barbara stokes as its CEO.

Thanks to her, the company will benefit significantly from her vast knowledge of manufacturing. Green structures homes Inc. uses novel technology to make steel that acts as suitable fire resistant. They aim to start designing four-storied housed to also be used as hotels. With the capable labor force, the company can construct homes in a short time. The company is about to build hurricane-resistant homes in Cullman.

The exterior of the homes is that of executive homes while the interior is made to suit the customer’s preference. They can be designed as one, two or more bedroom units, and the kitchen and bathroom can be made or marble, to suit the clients preference. They are made of steel roofs which radiate rays from the sun and produced insulation of about R-19, which can be used in the household.


Once the homes are delivered where they are needed, they are erected with no time. This a service provided by the state of the art technology, which also offers greater project budget accuracy and the required amount of workforce.

The green structure homes got an award from the federal emergency management industry, offering it $28.5 million contracts which will help it in proving jobs. The job creation will take place in more than 5 States in the US. The jobs will deal with creating manufactured home, which will provide homes to displaced Americans who lost their homes due to hurricane Harvey that occurred in 2017. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.