visitors address

Delftechpark 40
2628 XH Delft

postal address

Postbus 332


+ 31 15 261 31 21


+31 15 261 53 82

E-mail address

About PKF Delft

PKF Wallast originated in Delft and was founded by Mr A.C. Wallast back in 1959. After more than fifty years in the industry, we have developed into a leading tax advisers and accountants group with four different sites.

Our head office is located in Delft. We also operate from our offices in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Woerden.


The Delft site isn’t only the oldest, but also the biggest of the four sites with its 65 employees. The Delft site has been accommodated in a striking and modern building within the Delftechpark industrial estate since 2004. The site’s clients are based throughout the entire country, with the main emphasis on Delft and its extended area.

Monique Gronovius has been Delft’s Site Manager since 1st July 2016. Please go to the ‘Our People’ section if you are looking for details of a particular employee (all employees are listed on the website).


Route description

From Rotterdam

Follow the A13 towards The Hague, take the Delft-Zuid (South) exit and subsequently follow the signs for TU-Wijk/Delftechpark.

From The Hague/Amsterdam

Follow the A4, which turns into the A13, towards Rotterdam and take the Delft-Zuid (South) exit and subsequently follow the signs for TU-Wijk/Delftechpark.

From Utrecht

Follow the A12 towards Rotterdam and subsequently follow the A13 towards The Hague. Take the Delft-Zuid (South) exit and follow signs for TU-Wijk/Delftechpark.

From the Westland

Follow the A4 route towards the South and follow the Kruithuisweg until the TU-Wijk/Delftechpark exit.

Public Transport

Take bus 69 from NS Station Delft. Get off at the Oudelaan TU stop. From here it is an approximate 3 minute walk to our offices. You can also take bus 121 towards the TU-Wijk. Get off at the Schoemakerstraat stop. From here it’s approximately ten minutes to our offices on foot. You can also walk along the Kruithuisweg from the NS Station Delft-Zuid (South) in an easterly direction (approximately 20 minutes).