Homes being built by Barbara Stokes and Green Structure Homes have an amazingly small environmental impact. Their environmental footprint is said to be smaller than the carbon footprint of 3 cars. The buildings are designed in such a way that their electricity and fuel consumption is drastically reduced. This comes at a time when we need more environmentally friendly construction. The safety and dependability of the homes has been maximized for optimum standards. The safety ratings are so great that they get high scores from the Underwriters Association. Read more at Business Insider.
The homes that Barbara Stokes and GSH have designed are built with safety first in mind. They were created to withstand damage from hurricanes so it is only natural that the homes can stand up to winds in excess of 120 miles per hour. The houses can also resist wildfire damage and in the case of internal fire the house will automatically suppress the flames. The buildings are constructed of steel so they are exceptionally strong and sturdy.
During the construction of each home, the workers inspect and observe every detail to ensure quality standards are met. GSH gives its workers an assortment of logistical services to follow to ensure the safety of future occupants. The company has served a diverse set of clients throughout the years. GSH and Barbara Stokes have built buildings for corporate citizens, universities, and government agencies. There have been major universities that have contracted GSH to build student dorms for their campus and the homes being built across the south were funded through FEMA grants. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.
When Barbara Stokes acquired the FEMA grant to begin construction on her new homes in the south she took safety and the economy into consideration. The good of the American people were the first priorities on her mind. She has hired her top corporate leaders to oversee the construction project and she will ensure the job goes along smoothly. When Barbara Stokes was younger she attended Mercer University of Georgia. She majored in thermodynamics, manufacturing, and engineering. She has been employed by Boeing and Pisces; after working for other companies she was appointed CEO of Green Structure Homes. Her expertise in the fields of thermodynamics and engineering have come in handy when designing the hurricane proof homes for hurricane victims. She is building the homes of the future and she is making America safe again. Barbara Stokes is an American pioneer leading the way.