Mr. Blanco has served as Project Manager and Designer for all aspects of Master Planned Communities. His skills range from conceptual physical planning to the detailed demands associated with matters of creating planned zoning and master plan documentation. Mr. Blanco is well versed in as aspects of design, having been responsible as Senior Planner for projects in Hawaii, Arizona, and California. He has repeated experience with multi-disciplinary teams including the role of managing multiple disciplines. Mr. Blanco has worked extensively in Kauai, Hawaii on the 1,005-acre Kukui’Ula master planned community, Martis Camp in Truckee, California, Tejon Mountain Ranch in Lebec, California, as well as Martis Camp in Lake Tahoe and Supori Ranch in Tubac, Arizona.

Mr. Blanco is currently engaged with the master planned community of Tejon Mountain Ranch assisting with the land management and community master planning. His efforts focus on the long-term vision of conservation, continued agrarian initiatives, and high-performance community amenities. Mr. Blanco has worked with the Fort Apache Native American Tribe on various projects for several years working with the Tribe and Committee to oversee that their goals and vision are being achieved. He has also worked with many other Tribal communities throughout the Southwest in many different design capacities. Mr. Blanco’s engagements routinely involve master plan designs, parcel planning, thematic character development, open space, and trail requirements. Mr. Blanco has been successful in reaching consensus between planning objectives, neighbors, and the client’s interests.





Arizona State University | Bachelor of Science - Urban Planning

Arizona State University | Bachelor of Science - Landscape Architecture