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Background Information

Employment History

Technical Support Engineer

New Mexico Department of Transportation

Affiliations

Transportation Secretary
Wilson & Company

Member
American Society of Civil Engineers

State's Next Transportation Secretary
New Mexico Senate

Member
Western Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials

Voting Member
El Paso MPO Policy Board

Education

Bachelor of Science

Civil Engineering Technology

New Mexico State University

bachelor of science

civil engineering technology

NMSU

undergraduate degree

civil engineering

New Mexico State University

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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.


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Alvin C. Dominguez joins Wilson & Company

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Alvin C. Dominguez, P.E. is a native New Mexican with 28 years of engineering leadership experience in New Mexico. He began his career as a Field Engineer for the City of Roswell in 1985, before joining the New Mexico Department of Transportation in 1995 as a Technical Support Engineer in the District Six Grants/Milan office. In 1996, he transferred to District One as Traffic Engineer, later promoted to Construction Engineer, and eventually District One Engineer from 2000 to 2007. In 2007, he was promoted to South Region design manager in Las Cruces overseeing Districts One and Two design projects until the end of 2010. From 2000 until2010 he was a voting member of the El Paso MPO Policy Board which oversaw transportation planning of the El Paso, US/Mexico border region and southern NM.
In 2011, he was selected by Governor Susana Martinez to become the Cabinet Secretary of the NMDOT. As Cabinet Secretary, he was responsible for traffic safety, environmental impact, planning, design, construction oversight, maintenance and engineering services relating to all transportation modes available in New Mexico, including transit, rail, aviation, highways and bridges.
The six District Offices were responsible for constructing and maintaining 33,000 lane mile of highway infrastructure and 3000 bridges. He oversaw 2,300 employees and an annual operating budget of $850 million. In addition, during his two year tenure as Secretary, he was able to add an additional $100 million per year of construction projects by working with the NM contracting community and the six District offices in closing completed projects which led to the additional repair of the state highway and bridge system. He retired from the NMDOT at the end 2012.
Significant projects overseen by Dominguez include the US 70 corridor from 1-25 to the NASA Exit, including design and construction of nine interchanges; reconstruction of the 1-25/Lohman Interchange, 1-25/Dona Ana Interchange, 1-10 six­ lane expansion from Las Cruces to the Texas State line, l-10/l-251nterchange project and the ongoing 1-25/Paseo Del Norte Interchange in Albuquerque, and numerous border projects in Santa Teresa area, plus many others statewide.
Dominguez was inducted into the NMSU Academy of Civil, Agricultural and Geological Engineering in October of 2011, and in December 2012 he was selected by the NMSU College of Engineering as lngeniero Eminente by the Sociedad de lngenieros for alumni who have distinguished themselves in the field of study. He is also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Dominguez was also an AASHTO Board of Directors member in 2011 and 2012, as well as a WASHTO board member during the same time period. He graduated from NMSU with a bachelor of science in civil engineering technology in 1983 and is a NM registered professional engineer, license number 12438.


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"We are looking forward to implementing the Autodesk solutions," said Alvin Dominguez, P.E., NMDOT Cabinet Secretary.


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SANTA FE, N.M. - New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) Secretary Alvin Dominguez retired from the state as of Dec. 31, 2012. Secretary Dominguez spent 28 years in transportation-related public service and worked for NMDOT for the last 18 years. He was appointed to the cabinet secretary position by Governor Martinez in January 2011.


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SANTA FE, N.M. - New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) Secretary Alvin Dominguez retired from the state as of Dec. 31, 2012. Secretary Dominguez spent 28 years in transportation-related public service and worked for NMDOT for the last 18 years. He was appointed to the cabinet secretary position by Governor Martinez in January 2011.

"Secretary Dominguez has done an outstanding job of professionalizing the Department of Transportation and reforming one of the largest agencies in state government," said Governor Martinez. "Given his extraordinary expertise in transportation and the deep respect that his peers throughout New Mexico have for him, I asked Alvin two years ago to put his retirement plans on hold and lead the department that he had served for a decade and a half. His service to the state came with personal sacrifice and I am grateful for his willingness to take on that challenge. I wish him the very best in his retirement."
Dominguez is a resident of Las Cruces and commuted to Santa Fe at the beginning of each work week, returning home to Southern New Mexico over the weekends. He and his wife Cynthia have three sons.
"For the past 18 years I have been privileged to work alongside the talented and hardworking employees of the Department of Transportation," said Secretary Dominguez. "There are very few organizations made up of individuals who are as dedicated to their mission as NMDOT. I appreciate the opportunity that Governor Martinez gave me to lead the agency as cabinet secretary for the past two years. I leave with great memories of an organization that continually evolves, taking on new challenges and technologies as an opportunity to continually improve itself."
Dominguez worked for the city of Roswell as a field engineer for a decade before joining the New Mexico Department of Transportation in 1995. After serving in a variety of engineering roles, Dominguez was named South Region Design Regional Manager in 2007, the position he held until he was appointed to the cabinet secretary position by Governor Martinez. Dominguez graduated from New Mexico State University in 1983 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering Technology.

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