Berenschot’s buildings over the years

In 2000, Berenschot moved into a modern office building near the centre of Utrecht and its arterial roads. The building was designed by the American architectural firm Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF), which also designed the Hoftoren in The Hague, among others.

The following is a selection of various (historical) buildings that have housed the head office or branches over the course of the years.

Between 1938-1975, Berenschot was housed at various locations in Hengelo. During that same period, several branches were established in Amsterdam. The company began centralising its operations in 1971 and established its head office in Utrecht. The Amsterdam branch closed down. An auxiliary office remained in Hengelo until 1975. In 1999, Berenschot opened up a branch in The Hague.

1e pand



Churchilllaan, Utrecht 1971 - 1986


Stork's building


Bernadottelaan, Utrecht 1986 - 2000

Pand Hengelo 2

Near the Tax and Customs Administration office

Den Haag 1

Branch office, The Hague 1999 - 2009

Pand Hengelo

Berenschot's own office along the Drienerparkweg

Den Haag 2

Branch office, The Hague 2009 - 2014

Beurs van Berlage

In the Beurs van Berlage


Europalaan, Utrecht 2000 - present

Dependance Centraal Station

In Central Station