Edward O. Rice
AIA, LEED AP, Associate Principal & Director of Sustainability

Ed Rice has led planning and design projects at the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvard Art Museums, and the University of Chicago. Ed’s integrated approach to planning and design for landmark and existing buildings ensures technology and sustainability principles are embedded in a project from the outset. In addition to leading the renovation and expansion of historic Swartz Hall at Harvard Divinity School, he was project manager for the renovation of MIT’s Simons Building for Mathematics. His work for the Carl A. Fields Center at Princeton University was honored with awards from the AIA’s New Jersey and Boston chapters. He is currently leading a feasibility study for renovation of MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering. 

Ed leads Annum’s Sustainability and Resiliency Task Forces and is a frequent lecturer on topics related sustainability and resilient design. He holds a Master of Science in Architectural Studies from MIT, receiving the 2006 Ralph Adams Cram Thesis award, and a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University. He has served as a Teaching Assistant at MIT and Cornell University.