Jeremy Jones


Charleston, WV

If you had to work on only one project for the next year, what would it be?
A net zero building.

You’d be surprised to know that I…
Have 35 pairs of Air Jordans and counting.

Jeremy is a registered architect at Silling and began his career in the architecture industry in 2003.  He has significant involvement in all phases of project design, development, production, presentation, and coordination of contract documents.  He received licensure through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and the WV Board of Architects in 2011.

Jeremy provides valuable leadership and support throughout the programming, schematic design, design development, and construction documentation phases.  Most recently, Jeremy has served in the role as Project Manager and Project Architect for a number of regional courthouse projects including the Delaware County Courthouse, Monongalia County Justice Center, Lewis County Judicial Annex,  Marshall County Public Safety Building, Franklin County Courthouse, Raleigh County Judicial Center, Morgan County Courthouse, and the Henry A. Vanover Judicial Center. 

Jeremy’s educational experience included a study abroad of European Architecture at the Polytechnic Institute of Krakow, Poland, spring semester of 2002. Travel included Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, England, France, the Czech Republic, and Spain. While at the University of Tennessee, he received numerous scholarships, honors, and distinctions including the Fourth Year Design of Excellence Award and the 2002 WV AIA Scholarship.

Jeremy is an outdoors guy through and through.  He loves to hike, walk his dog Jules, and play basketball, softball, and golf.  He likes to grill, sample different types of tasty beverages, and watch sports.  He loves listening to good tunes, spending time with his family and friends, and traveling.  He also enjoys graphic art and illustration, especially sketching cartoons.