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Mr. Isaac J. Pino

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Board Member

Phone: (505) ***-****  
Email: i***@***.us
Santa Fe Public Library
145 Washington Avenue
Santa Fe , New Mexico 87501
United States

Company Description: Santa Fe Public Library informs, enriches, and educates members of the community by creating and promoting access to ideas and information.

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    State Transportation Authority


  • Bachelor of Science degree , Civil Engineering
    New Mexico State University
82 Total References
Web References
Leadership Santa Fe, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Ike Pino
President , SunCor New Mexico Inc Mr. Pino is a graduate of New Mexico State University with Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1974. His extensive work career started as a Project Planner for Daniel International in 1974. He was City Engineer from 1975 to 1978, managing the Engineering office for City of Roswell, NM. Mr. Pino was also Vice President of Bohannan-Huston Inc., one of New Mexico's largest engineering consulting offices, from 1978 to 1985 managing the El Paso and Santa Fe Branch offices. Mr. Pino was also the Director of Public Works Department for the City of Santa Fe from 1985 to 1987, Project Engineer, Bellamah Development Corporation from 1987 to 1988, Special Assistant to the Cabinet Secretary of the New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department from 1988 to 1990, Director of Planning and Land Use Department for the City of Santa Fe from 1990 to 1991, City Manager of the City of Santa Fe from 1991 to 1993 and again from 1994 to 1996, and Director of the State Transportation Authority from 1993 to 1994. In 1996 Mr. Pino opened and managed The Isaac Pino Consulting Company dedicated to working projects through the government process at the municipal and county levels in northern New Mexico. In 1999 to 2003 Mr. Pino became the Land Development Manager and Vice President of Rancho Viejo de Santa Fe Inc. where he managed all land development projects for 2,300 acre parcel in Santa Fe County including design and construction of all infrastructure, grading, and utilities for residential/commercial development. Currently Mr. Pino is the General Manager and Vice President of, Rancho Viejo de Santa Fe Inc. where he manages oversight for Rancho Viejo master planned community including development issues, Ranchland Utility Company, sales, home construction, marketing and planning. In 2006 he was promoted to President of SunCor New Mexico with continued management of Rancho Viejo Inc. and projected communities in New Mexico.
Gov. Bill Richardson announced ..., 13 Mar 2009 [cached]
Gov. Bill Richardson announced the appointment of Isaac Pino on Wednesday. Pino is president of SunCor New Mexico
and general manager and vice president of Rancho Viejo.
The governor's office says Pino earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from NMSU before starting his career as city engineer in Roswell.
He also was director of the State Transportation Authority and worked as the project engineer and vice president of the engineering consulting company Bohannan-Huston.
Pino will take the place of Thomas Salopek, who declined his recent nomination due to personal reasons.
Santa Fe New Mexican [cached]
"That data you see will probably never require the county to pump that (backup) water," said Ike Pino, Rancho Viejo's general manager.
Pino said the developer aims to use a commercial-sized well it has already drilled near its new homes for any transferred water.
Press Release, 30 July 2003 [cached]
Ike PinoVP / General ManagerRancho Viejo505-983-6921
Santa Fe, NM -- Rancho Viejo announces that Isaac (Ike) Pino, a native of New Mexico, has been promoted to the position of General Manager.Pino, employed with Rancho Viejo since 1999, assumes the key role with the departure of Bob Taunton, who has been relocated with SunCor, the community's developer, to a new project in Boise, Idaho.
"Ike is already a highly respected leader in the community and he has a wide variety of experience, which is going to allow him to continue to work with everyone in a very positive way, notes Taunton.
Pino - born in Las Cruces, but raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico - began his 26-year career after obtaining his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1974 from New Mexico State University.After a few years out of state, Pino returned to Santa Fe and has held several positions in municipal and state government.Most notably, he was the City Manager for Santa Fe from 1991 to 1993 and again from 1994 to 1996.After several years with his own consulting firm, Pino began working with Rancho Viejo.Prior to accepting the position of General Manager, he served as Land Development Manager, and has always been proud to be associated with the community."Rancho Viejo continues to be recognized as a master planned community that is a leader in maintaining a sustainable environment that provides quality homes for a wide range of buyers," says Pino, "It is a privilege to serve as General Manager along with such a professional team committed to providing a wonderful community for Santa Feans - old and new," he adds.
Pino is a registered Professional Engineer in New Mexico, is a member and past president of the New Mexico Chapter of the American Public Works Association, and is a full member of the Urban Land Institute.His volunteer activities include work with the Tesuque Elementary School PTC, the Santa Fe Boys and Girls Club, and the Advisory Board of the Century Bank of Santa Fe.He was chairman of the Santa Fe Economic Development Inc.
Desalination could be answer for Santa Fe, 31 July 2002 [cached]
Ike Pino, former Santa Fe city manager and unsuccessful candidate for mayor this year, is vice president and land-development manager for Rancho Viejo.Pino presented the idea of pursuing desalination during his mayoral campaign this spring.
"I still see (desalination) as an important thing to pursue simply because other sources of outside water are going to be limited -- that being the San Juan/Chama in particular -- and the growing reluctance of elected officials to continue tapping the aquifer," Pino said."That leaves us looking at alternative routes."
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