Eduardo Stehling holds a master of applied science from British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in building science with a research focus on building acoustics. During his studies, which he completed in 2017, Eduardo evaluated the sound transmission loss of split insulated rainscreen cavity wood frame wall assemblies.
Since January 2018, when he joined BKL, Eduardo has worked on a variety of projects, including many new residential buildings. For such projects, he has analyzed the acoustical capabilities of wall and floor/ceiling assemblies and assessed the potential for noise to transmit between suites, or from the outdoor environment.
Eduardo has experience conducting acoustical measurements and is proficient in using Brüel & Kjær, Larson Davis, 01dB Duo, and Soundbook sound analyzers.