Professional Services to the Hospitality Industry
Chuck’s experience includes seventeen years with Pannell Kerr Forster (PKF) in Memphis managing the hospitality industry consulting practice throughout the southern part of the nation. He also was Vice President of Development Planning for Holiday Corporation where he was responsible for planning the development of four distinct hotel brands.
Since creating his Memphis based company, Chuck has provided consulting assistance for his clients in 44 states. This consultation includes development planning, investment analysis, market feasibility work, chain/brand evaluations and litigation assignments for a variety of issues.
Mr. Pinkowski is a Charter Member and founding Chairman of the International Society of Hospitality Consultants, a member of the Memphis, Tennessee and American Hotel and Motel Associations, and numerous other civic and social organizations. He has been a visiting lecturer for the University of Tennessee and a frequent lecturer for hospitality industry conferences, seminars and national conventions.
Clients who seek consulting assistance from Pinkowski & Company include financial institutions, hotel companies, management companies, investors, attorneys and real estate investment trusts. Chuck has been involved in the evaluation, planning and development of destination resorts, convention hotels, conference centers, extended stay lodging facilities and limited service hotels.
Also affiliated with Pinkowski & Company is David Pear. David has over 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry both as a consultant and in hotel operations. After graduating from the University of Tennessee, David joined Holiday Inns and worked in various operations departments before joining PKF in 1981. A Senior Consultant with PKF until 1986, David was involved in a number of hospitality industry engagements including operational reviews, employee food service design and implementation, impact reviews as well as a number of feasibility studies for hotel development projects.
Since 1991, David has been an independent consultant in the hospitality industry and has worked closely with Pinkowski & Company in all areas of hospitality consulting. Projects David has been involved in over the last 17 years include all areas of development planning, investment analysis, litigation support, market feasibility studies, chain/brand evaluations and impact analysis. In addition to his undergraduate degree, David has an MBA from Christian Brothers University and several Certificates of Specialization from the Educational Institute of the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
For the past 18 years Gloria McCollum has provided research and technical support for Pinkowski & Company. Gloria has been involved in consulting on all types of engagements including development planning for the renovation and expansion of a historic downtown hotel; redevelopment of historic downtown structure for a boutique hotel; development of mixed used / entertainment district including two hotels; development of a four star full service hotel as part of a major retail center; development of a conference center hotel including 23,000 square feet of conference facilities; 1,500 room destination convention hotel; multiple expansions of guest rooms and convention facilities for a 3,000 room hotel; redevelopment and repositioning of quasi-government owned resort in a rural central Ohio location; redevelopment of a historic bank building as a boutique hotel; multiple developments of extended stay hotels and select service hotels throughout the country; brand related impact analysis in multiple markets throughout the country; and litigation support.
Marty Boscaccy has over 35 years of experience in the areas of consulting and real estate development. While attending Christian Brothers University, Marty worked for Harris, Kerr Forster (the predecessor to PKF). After graduation he worked for Holiday Inns in the Development Planning Department. Since that time he has held senior positions at Winegardner & Hammons, Promus Hotels, and Harrah’s Entertainment.
Prior to joining Pinkowski & Company he served as the Deputy Executive Director of the Memphis Housing Authority for seven years and was directly responsible for the development of over 2,000 units of affordable housing totaling over $300 million in development costs.
In addition to his undergraduate degree, Marty has an MBA from the University of Memphis.