Barbara Stokes — Green Homes for the Future

In the year of 2008 Stokes Development LLC created a brand new business called Green Structure Homes. This company was designed to build homes for the victims of hurricanes. Barbara Stokes is the CEO. The firm GSH provides job opportunities for many Americans and they provide a vital service to the American public. The best part about their service is that people et placed in homes after disasters. The company spent over $7 million in the year they were founded on a new power plant that would manufacture housing materials. They employed more than 80 people. Follow Barbara Stokes on

GSH is a member of The Cullman Industrial Complex. The Cullman Industrial Complex is capable of building 550 modular homes in a single year. The entire project spans a space of more than 100,000 square feet. The project has been praised for its magnificent ability to create homes at such a lightening quick pace. Alabama’s Center for Foreign Investment was a major proponent for the project and they provided it with funds for the factory. There are Korean and Chinese businesspeople invested in the project and the productivity of the factory has been hailed by city officials.


GSH was awarded a FEMA grant to build hurricane homes throughout the south in order to prepare citizens for future crises. The hurricane season of 2017 left the nation reeling. It was a time of destruction and despair. The states of Florida and Texas saw the worst of it and are still recovering. The state of Alabama became a place of refuge for families seeking shelter. These new homes being built across Florida, Texas, and Alabama by Barbara Stokes are supposed to provide safe and secure shelter for future hurricane seasons. The biggest benefit is the boost to the economy she is providing. She will be providing hundreds of jobs to those families who have not had an opportunity to work and feed their families.

Green Structure Homes has developed its own safety systems to ensure the safety of occupants. The steel buildings can resist damage from wildfires and can even stand strong against winds of up to 120 miles per hour. In the case of an internal fire, the home will automatically suppress the flames. Family safety is the number one priority for GSH. Barbara Stokes has put a lot of work into the homes she is building and she is helping many families during this great time of need. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.