Last year’s record breaking costal weather patterns left effected areas absolutely devastated by the high winds, torrential rainfall, and extensive flooding. Many homes were damaged in the areas surrounding the initial impact points. Some were even completely destroyed by the unexpectedly strong tropical storms and hurricanes. As the effects of global warming continue to make storm weather more severe and less predictable, it is important that aid and relief efforts match that intensity. Thankfully, Barbara Stokes, CEO of Green Structured Homes Delivered, is ready to take on the difficult task of helping those in need. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.
The Alabama-based disaster relief construction company run by Stokes has actually begun addressing the damages done by Hurricane Harvey. GSH creates the modular homes that serve as the much needed housing for families in areas with significant storm damage. These structures are crucial to the safety and stability of these communities during the period of damage assessment and rebuilding. Follow Barbara Stokes on Facebook.
The insight Barbara Stokes brings to this field are unparalleled. Her education in the areas of biomedical engineering and physics have proven to be invaluable in her work to rebuild and revive areas that have been hit by these extreme natural disasters. Her innovation and compassion for those in need has also helped to create jobs in the eight states that are home to GSH’s manufacturing- Florida, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and, of course, Alabama. It is her extensive experience and tireless dedication that ultimately led to FEMA awarding $28.5 million to GSH to help support the American people during their most trying and desperate times.