Restoration and renovation

Restoration and renovation of buildings of historical interest require a specific approach. Taking into account the current and future functioning and the historical importance, we look closely at the different interests.


In addition to the maintenance of the building, we also design the adjustments, often based on independent archaeological building research, that are necessary to make a building suitable for new or adapted use.

Renovation museums

EversPartners has recently helped with the renovation of a number of museums, such as the Scheepvaartmuseum, Het Schip and the Rijksmuseum. We are extremely proud of the results that have been achieved, partially due to our work.

Renovation buildings

Many of the homes and apartment blocks built in the 50s, 60s and 70s are now in need of renovation, so that they once again meet the current standards. EversPartners has so much experience in renovating buildings that we can assure that this is a speciality. Our employees have a great deal of knowledge of older architectural styles and are happy to help you find solutions.

Other historical renovation and restoration projects

Renovation in Amsterdam

Renovation A'dam

5 new residential properties delivered in Amsterdam
Bos & Lommerweg

Bos & Lommerweg

Renovation of bay windows
Amsterdam Amstel station hall

Amstel station

Engineering a national listed monument
Appartementen Velsen


Renovation of 81 apartments from 1950
De Broeckgouw Keetzijde

Czaar Peterstraat

Extensive renovation in BIM


Church restored and given a residential function

The Rijksmuseum

Restoration advice and foundation repair
Heineken Experience


Masterplan providing the extra flow capacity
Albert Heijn Prins Hendrikkade

Monumental AH

Shopping in a national monument