Paul Kinney, Principal & Vice President


principal & vice president

Vice President and Principal Paul Kinney brings both his degree in Business Administration and over 30 years of hands on and management experience to each Race Point project. Paul discovered his passion for the business of construction early. While working in the field to pay for college he developed his skills for the building process - both as a business and as an opportunity to provide a quality product. During school he continued to hone his trade as an expert carpenter, and gained invaluable experience in virtually all subtrades - from structural concrete and framing through detailed finish carpentry. He received his California Contractors license in 1989 (B558570).

Through his career, Paul has had the opportunity to work with several large commercial, residential and development contractors in the positions of Field Superintendent, Project Manager and Estimator. He has successfully managed projects in excess of $10 million; including those requiring mass grading and overall site development for shopping centers, restaurants, office buildings, grocery stores and small medical clinics.

Paul’s Management and Administration knowledge along with his field experience has given him the ability to take the large commercial construction business model and re-define it to meet the unique demands of the high-end luxury home market. As a Principal of the Firm, he has defined Race Point’s policy and procedures to insure an office that is run efficiently and field operations that make every job a successful project. Today, Paul and Keith Miller share equally in the management and operation of Race Point Inc. to bring their excellence and experience to every project the company accepts.

Paul recently completed a course in Construction Law at Pepperdine University and received a certification for Concrete Restoration. He is a Member of US Green Building Counsel and is in the process of studies for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification.