Blair Hammond & Associates

Blair Hammond & Associates specializes in LED lighting technology workshops for professionals such as architects, interior architects and designers, project managers, large corporates such as major national and multi-national retailers and corporate clients – to teach these groups about LED technology to empower them to discern between high quality and performance LED product and poor quality and performance LED product due to the proliferation of LED product which is being imported into South Africa.

General lighting training with emphasis on LED lighting for lighting manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers and importers for both their sales staff and their customers is presented – this is specifically for persons who have not had formal tertiary training as lighting engineers or practitioners.

Lighting design for clients and at the request of architects or electrical consulting engineers is also tailor made to meet their needs.

Lighting Energy Audits for clients who are wanting to reduce their energy consumption and to significantly reduce their energy bills are regularly conducted.  Blair Hammond & Associates also encourage their clients to take full advatage of the Eskom rebate programmes in order to make a positive energy reduction as part of the 49 million project.

We are also frequently asked to consult to our major blue chip corporate clients, architects and consulting engineers to recommend improved lighting, interventions to reduce consumption and thereby achieve a reduction in energy expenditure using the best available LED products.


  • Telephone: 021 552 4848
  • Fax: 086 668 8038
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