Paul Rainville's Profile
Born in 1952, a colleague of mine once stated that I was “the product of a misspent youth”. From about the time I could walk I spent all my free time in my dad’s shop. He raced sports cars, repaired Alfa Romeos, Jaguars and Ferraris etc, not to mention aluminum autobody fabrication. By the time I was twelve I knew how to weld aluminum with a torch and rebuild foreign car engines. The summer of sixth grade elementary I successfully rebuilt my first Jaguar engine solo.
I joined the Air Force in 1972 and when I returned home I went on to buy my dad’s repair shop in the mid seventies and built many race cars etc. of my own. After becoming bored and looking for something new, I opened a business designing and fabricating museum exhibits for a number of sites on the east coast. That business soon split into two divisions. (HMSC and Rainville Design) My design work has included engineering and…
- Joined July 22, 2011