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Alvin C. Dominguez

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Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
American Society of Civil Engineers
1801 Alexander Bell Drive
Reston , Virginia 20191
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 147,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide, and is America's...   more

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  • Bachelor of Science , Civil Engineering Technology
    New Mexico State University
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Alvin C. Dominguez has ..., 7 June 2015 [cached]
Alvin C. Dominguez has joined Wilson and Co., where he will be responsible for developing and sustaining client relationships in southern New Mexico. Dominguez is a Native American with 28 years of engineering leadership experience. He was formerly a technical support engineer for the New Mexico Dept. of Transportation and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Las Cruces Sun-News - Local News, 30 April 2006 [cached]
Alvin Dominguez, District 1 engineer for the New Mexico Department of Transportation, said reconstruction of the Doña Ana interchange on Interstate 25 is "on schedule" and expected to be done by November.
"It's moving along nicely," Dominguez said.
Dominguez said public meetings have been -- and will continue to be -- conducted monthly at Doña Ana Elementary School to update residents living in and near the unincorporated village about the status of the project.
Dominguez said the design phase is under way for proposed improvements to Interstate 10, from the Texas state line north to the I-25 interchange.The project will include widening I-10 from four to six lanes, reconstructing the Mesquite interchange and making improvements to the Vado interchange.
State transportation officials also are studying the possibility of adding a new interchange on I-10 that could be located in the vicinity of Cholla Road.Dominguez said constructing a new interchange in that area would provide direct access to New Mexico State University.
The estimated cost for the proposed improvements to I-10 is $54 million.
Included in the state's long range plan is construction of a portion of Engler Road, from Elks Drive east to Del Rey Boulevard.City officials have said building that portion of Engler Road will be needed to help reduce traffic impacts that would be created with development of new subdivisions on the city's East Mesa.
Dominguez said construction of Engler Road probably won't start until 2008, at the earliest.
Las Cruces Sun-News - Doña Ana bridge is ready for traffic, 3 Feb 2007 [cached]
"We probably have the most beautiful bridge in New Mexico and we have a lot of people to thank for it," said Alvin Dominguez, South Regional Design Manager for NMDOT.
Alvin C. Dominguez joins Wilson & Company | Wilson & Company, 19 Jan 2015 [cached]
Alvin C. Dominguez joins Wilson & Company
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Alvin Dominguez, P.E., ..., 24 Aug 2012 [cached]
Alvin Dominguez, P.E., Cabinet Secretary Cabinet Secretary Alvin Dominguez P.E.
Alvin Dominguez is Governor Susana Martinez's appointee for Secretary of the Department of Transportation.
Alvin is a native New Mexican and has over 25 years of engineering leadership experience. He is committed to making New Mexico's transportation system better for all New Mexicans and those traveling through the state. He has championed project delivery methods, the need for current and up-to-date construction techniques, and a focus on customer service.
Dominguez began his career in public service as a lead engineer for the City of Roswell, before joining the New Mexico Department of Transportation in 1995 where he began as a technical support engineer out of the District Six Milan office. In 1996, he transferred to District One where he worked his way up from traffic engineer to District One engineer, then South Region Design engineer. Alvin has worked with many outside agencies, state and local officials throughout his tenure.
Dominguez was most recently inducted into the Academy of Civil, Agricultural and Geological Engineering at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.
Dominguez graduated from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, N.M. with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology in 1982 and is a registered professional engineer.
Alvin Dominguez, P.E., Cabinet Secretary Office: 505-827-5110
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