On September 2017, GSH of Alabama made an announcement that it had landed a contract with the United States Department of Homeland Security and FEMA to construct homes for victims affected by the hurricane. The more than $25 million worth contract was supposed to be fully completed by the month of March in 2018.
Speaking when making the announcement, the Chief Executive Officer of GSH, Barbara Stokes said that they were happy to be given the opportunity and that they were willing to work very hard in seeing to it that they provide the best when matters related to quality and value to customers are concerned. Barbara Stokes also reiterated that all homes that the GSH was to construct were state of the art and had the best and most recent safety features. For instance, every home comes was to be accompanied by a modern fire suppression system that would come in very handy in the event that there was an emergency fire occurrence. Read this article at businessinsider.com.
The company was started in the year 2008 and is registered as a Disaster Relief Contractor in Alabama. It is well respected as it offers a unique and complete range of solutions to the private sector and the government by making use of designs that are modern and by all means considered state-of-the art. The company also makes very good use of modern engineering and manufacturing skills so as to see to it that the client experiences only the very best.
When speaking during the announcement, Barbara said that she was pleased to announce that the company was in a position to offer job opportunities in the eight states it was supposed to start construction. With construction jobs in Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Florida, a good share of job opportunities were available to those that were qualified.
She also added that the company was happy to be given the chance to invest in the communities and said that her company will see to it that local businesses that promote local growth are given the support they need.
She also said that GSH was truly committed to providing quality that is only American and unmatched. Barbara graduated from Mercer University in 2001 with a Biomedical Engineering and Physics degree. She also studied extensively on areas touching Manufacturing, Structures, Thermodynamics and Structures of Materials. She bring a wealth of knowledge to GSH and is up to the task in the roles she has. She has three kids and is very active in philanthropic activities. Read more about Barbara Stokes at WDRB.com.