Chris Rice has over twenty-eight years of experience, which includes master planning, and architectural design. He has been involved in master plans for for over 30 higher education campuses around the United States as well as research parks, downtown urban plans, government facilities. His work recently has been focused in Texas where he was the Project Manager and Lead Designer for campus plans at A&M San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and the Kingsville campuses, Texas State University, University of Texas at Brownsville, and the University of North Texas.
Mr. Rice is currently working on the master plan for the A&M San Antonio campus. He is responsible for developing the implementation phases for the university’s growth up to 12,500 students over the next ten years as well as the long-range vision for land use and developing a maximum capacity study for the 690 acre campus and research park.
More recently Mr. Rice completed the campus master plan for Midwestern State University which established a near-term implementation plan of over $120 million of academic, student life and athletic facilities. He has also been involved as the planning and landscape consultant for the Jessie Rogers Promenade landscape project and the new 450 bed residence hall project which is due to open in the fall of 2016.