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At Silver Raven, we specialise in providing civil remedial services, including shotcreting. With our state-of-the-art equipment and highly skilled team, we offer efficient and effective solutions.

What is Shotcreting?

Shotcreting, also known as sprayed concrete, is a process in which concrete is sprayed onto a surface using high-pressure equipment. The process is highly versatile and can be used for a variety of applications, including concrete repairs, retaining walls, and slope stabilization.

One of the key advantages of shotcreting is its ability to conform to any shape or contour. This makes it an ideal solution for areas with irregular surfaces or hard-to-reach areas that may be difficult to access with traditional concrete pouring methods.

Benefits of Shotcreting

There are many benefits to using shotcreting when compared to alternatives, including:

At Silver Raven, we have years of experience providing various types of shotcreting services. We use only the highest quality materials and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that your project is completed to the highest standards. Some examples of our specialisations are as follows:

Contact us today to learn more about our shotcreting services and how we can help you with your projects needs.


Shotcreting involves spraying concrete onto a surface with high-pressure equipment, conforming to any shape or contour, while traditional methods involve pouring concrete into molds or forms.

The benefits include durability, cost-effectiveness, speed of application, and versatility in various applications like concrete repairs, retaining walls, and slope stabilization.

Shotcrete is highly durable and can provide long-lasting protection. Its lifespan depends on factors like maintenance, environmental conditions, and proper application but can last for decades.

Yes, shotcreting is generally more cost-effective because it requires less labor and materials, reducing overall project costs and saving time.

Various shotcreting services including wet shotcrete, dry shotcrete (Gunite / Guncrete), CAC (Calcium Alumina Cement), and Mockcrete/Mockrock (Colored/Architectural Shotcrete). Silver Raven are specialists in providing these services.

Shotcreting is a fast process that can be completed efficiently, minimizing construction downtime, and reducing disruptions to ongoing projects.

Yes, shotcreting can be used to reinforce existing concrete structures by applying a layer of concrete to the surface, providing additional strength and protection against damage. Contact us today to learn more about our shotcreting services and how we can help you.

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