This month, we spotlight Princeton’s objective to implement an integrative design process in new construction and renovations to meet University sustainability performance targets while making more efficient use of land and optimizing use of b uilt space.

As it grows, Princeton intends to be an exemplar of green design and infrastructure while cultivating a strong sense of place and belonging. Princeton is actively applying holistic integrative design process improvements in our current Capital Plan projects. Central to our design objectives is to visibly and experientially reinforce sustainable habits and choices.

In addition to approaches that improve operational sustainability, our design strategies now encourage the personal and institutional behaviors that will contribute to our broader sustainability and community-building objectives.