Green Structure Homes is a company that specializes in the provision of the modular wood frame and steel houses. GSA implements the using of state of the art technology and environmentally friendly homes which are structured to be energy efficient and cost friendly frequently having high budget accuracy. The GSA buildings are known to have a fast time track when it comes to the building of the homes. Usually, those who get to acquire these houses have an advantage of low maintenance and energy consumption levels.
The state of the art technology that is used in building these homes enables them to be resistant to a 130 mph hurricane, pest, and mildew. The houses are also customizable to a person’s desire and style; usually, these structures are available in single or multiple bedroom units. The exterior architecture consists typically of executive homes while the interior is different depending on the client’s preference. Quality assurance checks are typically made after every step of construction to ensure high-quality homes. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.
GSH has been under the leadership of Barbara Stokes since 2011 where she holds the position of Chief Executive Officer in the company. Barbara has been helpful in the leadership role in the Alabama based company. Stokes wide range of skills in Disaster management has been a great help to the company where she has led several relief construction endeavors.
Stokes is a graduate of Mercer University where she pursued biomedical engineering. Barbara Stokes was able to obtain several skills while in the institution which include project management, project engineering, construction, government contracting and management. GSH under the leadership of Barbara stokes has been able to create several employment opportunities which have been helpful to the nearby community. Read this article at businessinsider.com.
GSH under the leadership of Stokes has been able to announce the formation of a strategic partnership with Skyline Corporation which is a parent of Skyline homes. The partnership will benefit GSH in such a way that it will be able to expand the home production to Kansa, Lancaster and Arkansas City. FEMA a customer to GSH will now be provided services of constructing the modular homes for support to those affected by natural disasters.