In the wake of the slew of wildfires, hurricanes and earthquakes happening in the last year, disaster relief is becoming a necessary industry. No company has made its name in this sector quite like Green Structure Homes from Huntsville, Alabama. Read more at Business Insider.
For a company based on shipping mobile homes to disaster areas, it has certainly done quite a bit more. Barbara Stokes, the CEO of the company, has made sure of that. She is quoted as saying that getting back up on one’s feet is one of the most important things, and she backs up her statement with the equivalent of a $50,000 donation in building supplies to Habitat for Humanity. Beyond this generous act, she has ensured the industrious future of her company with the broad range of activities in which it participates. It has provided modular structures for college campuses and bulletproof shacks for two branches of the military. They have also utilized their logistic information and infrastructure to unite with other organizations in a joint effort to ensure that housing is made affordable across the nation. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.
The future of this company is undoubtedly on an uphill track, especially with the qualified individuals guiding it. The combined experience of Barbara Stokes and her husband and COO, Scott Stokes, equates to 30 years in the industry. The company itself has been around since 2008 and has provided disaster victims homes that are durable and sustainable, with the materials used being mostly recycled. The company’s sustainable approach to all its ventures combined with the positive mission it has stood behind will certainly allow it to maintain its position as a force to be reckoned with in the coming years.