Details

Keywords Change this

Olympic Games

Project timeline

2005 – 2007

Type

Sport

Location Change this

Deodoro
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil

Current state

Original

Also known as Change this

2007 Pan American Games Shooting Range, Brazilian National Shooting Center

Architect Change this

Team

Bruno Campos (Architect Responsible), Marcelo Fontes, Silvio Todeschi, Cláudio Reis, Luciana Maciel, Lisiane Melo, Leonardo Favero, Cristiano Monte-Mór, Ana Kawakami, Fabiana Fortes and Antonio Valadares

Client Change this

Ministério do Esporte (Ministry of Sports)

Cost Change this

€40 million

Gross floor area Change this

50,000m²

Partners Change this

Lighting
Godoy Associados

Civil enigneers
Consultrix

Structural engineers
Misa Engineering

General contractor
Construções e Comércio Camargo Corrêa

Centro de Tiro Esportivo Change this

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
by BCMF Arquitetos Change this

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Description Change this

The Centro de Tiro Esportivo (Shooting Center) was designed by BCMF Arquitectos for the Pan-American Games held in Rio de Janiero in 2007.

The shooting center is situated within a larger sporting complex used during the games including archery, hockey, equestrian and pentathlon events. The site is in a military area wedged between the existing motorway and surrounding hills.

The complex features indoor and outdoor facilities which are utilised for both training and competition shooting exercises. The design includes some necessary features such as an exposed concrete enclosure to protect against stray bullets.

The center is owned by the Brazilian Army and since the completion of the Pan-American Games it has been used for military training.

2016 Olympics

The shooting center will be utilised for the 2016 Olympic Games. Before the commencement of the 2016 Olympic Games, some small renovations will be made to ensure the design meets Olympic standards.

Included in the adjustments will be additional spectator seating, increased security measures and official signage and way-finding.

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