Ron McCoy Honored by Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization

Feb. 19, 2024

Ron McCoy, University Architect, is a featured honoree at the upcoming 2024 Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization (CSU) Annual Gala. CSU promotes a “better understanding of the role of sustainable urbanization and resilient design.” The 2024 gala recognizes five outstanding individuals and their work advancing sustainable and equitable urbanization.  

McCoy has served as the University Architect at Princeton since 2008 and has played pivotal roles in the planning and execution of the 2016 and 2026 Campus Plans. The current 2026 Capital Plan represents one of the largest periods of growth in the University’s 278-year history and is laying the groundwork to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2046.  

Read more about McCoy’s work and the other awardees on the CSU website

CSU is a New York-based nonprofit that advocates for responsible and enlightened design in urban planning. Each year, awardees are honored at the gala whose work exemplifies the “action-oriented goals of the CSU, assuring that sustainable urbanization and resilient design are at the heart of design, planning and building.”