Jeffrey Lee Bond

Jeffrey Lee Bond

Solex Architecture
Architect and Owner

Jeffrey Lee Bond, a Gretna native, returned to the region to work in Danville after graduating magna cum laude from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech in 2007.  In addition to being a licensed architect in Virginia and North Carolina, he is a LEED accredited professional focusing on sustainability and energy efficiency. This carries over into his passion for historic restoration projects.

In late 2013 Bond opened his own professional firm providing architecture, planning and design services. Solex Architecture has been located in Danville’s River District since its inception which underscores Bond’s commitment to this community and the prosperity of the entire region.  Solex Architecture is continuing to grow its customer base with projects stretching along the North Carolina border from Roanoke to Newport News and from Charlottesville to Greensboro.

Bond is a board member of Danville’s Commission of Architecture Review and the city’s Building Code Board of Appeals. He is the past president of the Downtown Danville Association, chairs the Chamber’s bi-annual night golf tournaments, is a past board member of the Danville Historical Society and a past member of the Chamber’s Young Professionals Committee.  He is a member of West Main Baptist Church in Danville.

Bond and his wife, Megan, reside in Danville with their 14-month-old son, Alexander Kenneth.