CEO Barbara Stokes and COO Scott Stokes of Green Structure Homes (GSH) have donated over $50K worth of drywall and other high-quality construction materials to Habitat for Humanity of Madison County, Alabama. Since 1987, Habitat for Humanity of Madison County has been building affordable housing for those in need. They worked with 272 families and built 203 brand new homes while refurbishing 65 more. Learn more about Barbara Stokes at Ideamensch.
After Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas and Louisiana, FEMA contracted GSH who has experience in providing disaster relief. GSH rushed to Madison County and set up manufactured homes to provide displaced residents with places to live. They also aided in rebuilding the parts of the region that were damaged by the storm. The donations they provided for disaster relief included 16,000 sheets of drywall, 58,000 square feet of Linoleum flooring and tons of building Fascia. Follow Barbara Stokes on prnewswire.com.
Barbara Stokes was founded in 2008 as a disaster relief contractor based in Huntsville, Alabama. They believe in offering the finest solutions to disaster relief by quickly assembling high-quality manufactured homes from shipping containers to modular homes that can help displaced families.
Their homes are green, energy efficient, safe with a built-in fire suppression system and hurricane-rated structural integrity. Aside from providing disaster relief, GSH builds modular homes and buildings for commercial, government and residential developments.