We Sprayed Shotcrete On These Commercial Projects:
- The Walton 5 & 10 . We sprayed on the brick inside the building to reinforce the walls for the remodel.
- The Walmart Home Office. We competed the restoration on a failing parapet wall.
- Crystal Bridges Museum. We sprayed a shotcrete soil-nailed wall that was 55,0000 square feet.
- Donald W. Reynolds Recreation Center. Aquacrete sprayed the swimming pool walls and stairs.
- GRDA Kerr Dam. We did the shotcrete under the new control building which is above the dam.
- The Corps of Engineers. We did a shotcrete simulated rock overlay on a retaining wall below Tablerock Dam
- The Embassy Suites. We sprayed the waterfall on the compound radius walls.
- Turpentine Creek. We sprayed the pool, waterfall and grotto for Bam Bam the bear.
- The Rogers Aquatic Center. We sprayed the pool walls, the simulated rock, the bridge and climbing wall.
- The University of Arkansas. We used shotcrete for the retaining walls for the new building construction.
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Our business is based around shotcrete. We use shotcrete for building restorations. We can spray it on failing walls, tunnels, and foundations. It is used to bond to the old materials and lock them in place and seal them together. It works great for reinforcing old rock foundations, brick, block and stone.
We also use shotcrete for soil stabilization. Since it is sprayed at high velocity, it seals much tighter than poured concrete often with no forming. We spray soil-nailed walls and other retaining walls. Shotcrete is sustainable, low impact and fast.
We also use it for simulated rock and waterfalls. We build shotcrete structures designed for simulated rock as well as spraying a simulated rock overlay on all types of surfaces. Shotcrete is very strong and stable. It is watertight and does not shrink like normal concrete. These properties and the fact that you can reinforce it with steel make it far superior to natural stone. Shotcrete lasts longer, is easier to waterproof, is more resistant to freeze thaw and it is stronger.