Secret Service Firing Range


The Ariel Rios Federal Building is part of the Federal Triangle government complex in Washington, DC. It was constructed in the 1930’s as the headquarters for the U.S. Post Office Department, which was at that time one of the largest civilian employers in the country. The building replaced the 1890’s Old Post office Building located across 12th Street. The provided spaces include: the firing range , control booth, weapons cleaning, administrative support and building system support. The firing range is comprised of five (5) lanes at twenty-five (25) yards with a static firing line with an automated target system integrated with the light fixtures and HVAC system.


  • Location: Washington, DC
  • Value: 14 Months
  • Size: 3,000 Square Feet
  • Special Equipment: Bullet trap with auger system, Automated target system, integrated controls system and adjustable lane dividers
  • Architect: BeeryRio Architects & S3E Klinglemann (MEP Consultant)