Hurricane Harvey hit a lot of areas when it landed last 2017. It destroyed a lot of infrastructures, including homes and businesses. It is reported that an estimate of 203,000 homes are damage while 122,700 of those homes are destroyed. WIth a lot of infrastructures damaged, one of the biggest questions back then is how to rehabilitate the affected areas. Read more about Barbara Stokes at Chronicle of the Week.
One of the contractors that were given the duty to rebuild the infrastructures of the affected area is the GSH of Alabama, which is led by Barbara Stokes. The company received a $28.5 million project and is one of the competitive contractors. Barbara Stokes also oversees the MHUs from GSH of Alabama. Read more at Business Insider.
Scott Stokes and Barbara Stokes founded the company last 2008 and has been known for its dedication for disaster relief construction. The task they receive after Hurricane Harvey was to deliver a large number of FEMA manufactured homes. The company uses state-of-the-art designs, manufacturing, and engineering methods in order to deliver their best output.
GSH also benefits a lot for having a talented design and engineering team, according to Barbara Stokes. She also commented that GSH of Alabama is always working hard and looking for ways to build homes with safety, durability, and comfort for the end users in mind.