Sprayed concrete is an excellent product for new construction projects. It can deliver high volumes quickly and economically. Free formed tunnel linings or retaining walls can be sprayed immediately after excavation. Walls up-to 1m thick have been constructed using the wet process even with very high reinforcement densities. Multiple layer application can reduce the generation of thermal stresses in construction.

It can be used for:

  • Shell roofs, domes and ‘freeform structural walls’
  • Single sided retaining walls
  • Piled wall facings
  • Silo structures
  • Barrel vaulting
  • Fire protection
  • Blast proof structures
  • Bank vaults

To see sprayed concrete in use in new construction projects, view the gallery below.

New Construction Gallery

New Construction Case Studies

Shotcrete Services: Chiswick Gate, Hogarth Basements

Shotcrete Service’s contract was to form a levelling coat of Shotcrete over the contiguous piles of a basement in this new development.

BAM Ritchies: Clevedon Pier

BAM Ritchies sprayed concrete team were called upon to assist Beard Construction to construct reinforced concrete walls at Clevedon Pier.

Normet UK: Crossrail C310

Normet UK completes works on the Crossrail C310 project and were able to supply the contractor with two types of alkali-free set accelerator to test

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