Barbara Stokes – Green Structure Homes

Green Structure Homes of Alabama share her mission of designing, building, and deliver along with offering on-site construction for mobile and modular commercial homes. Along with constructing residential structures. It has established itself as an experienced company, that offer in-house services in order to provide solutions to turn-key problems. Read this article at businessinsider.com.

Barbara Stokes, a graduate of Mercer University. Studied in Biomedicinal Engineering and Physics. Stokes also studied in Management and Manufacturing, Technical Communication, while also studying Property of Materials and structures and Thermodynamics. Barbara Stokes formed a partnership with Green Structure Homes, of Alabama after gaining experience during her time in Pisces Corporation along with Boeing. Stokes is also experienced in the field of government contracting. This allowed her to become the CEO of GSH.

The corporation also offers in-house project management. Along with independent engineering, with the experience of over 30 years in the planning, foundation, development, and installation along with inspection of construction projects. Their past performances include designing, engineering, and building 82 security gates for the Navy.

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Designing and supplying underground training facilities for the Army. Engineering, designing, building, and installing 12 structures for the U.S. Air Force. Along with building security Bollards for the US Army.

Their In-house Services include land-planning, infrastructure, along with utility and foundation services. Architectural design that utilizes AutoCAD 2000 and 3D rendering, in-house production management supervisors that have been on staff since 1999, complete on-site utility coordination along with installation.

Their services also include residential and commercial builders for manufactured mobiles and molecular structures. Information support technology, and logistics modernization support. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.