Sprayed concrete is particularly well suited to use in the construction of free form structures. In comparison with conventionally poured concrete, sprayed concrete requires far less formwork. This is especially so if curved or organic shapes are favoured by the designer which may be impossible to achieve using conventional formwork. Virtually any shape can be formed especially thin shells and linings.

As such, it is often used for:

  • Swimming pools
  • Landscaping
  • Climbing walls
  • Theme parks
  • Skate parks
  • Sculpture
  • Water sports slalom courses
  • Bobsleigh runs
  • Zoological structures

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

Free Form Structures Gallery

Free Form Structures Case Studies

Shotcrete Services: Darwin Cocoon, Natural History Museum

Shotcrete Services and created on site to form the cocoon structure of the Darwin Cocoon at the Natural History Museum, London.

Shotcrete Services: Selfridges, Birmingham

Shotcrete Services were involved in the construction of the largest freeform building in the UK, Selfridges in Birmingham.

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