Sprayed concrete is commonly used for repairs and structural works.  Not only is its bond strength typically excellent, it is also expect to obtain high compressive strengths and dense compaction obtained by the high velocity of its application.

It is often used for:

  • Cathodic Protection overlays
  • Fire damaged structures
  • Concrete damage by reinforcement corrosion
  • Jetties and wharves

To see sprayed concrete in use in repairs and structural works, see the gallery below.

Repair and Structures Gallery

Repair and Structures Case Studies

BAM Ritchies: Whalley Rail Viaduct, Lancashire

The Whalley Rail Viaduct near Clitheroe in Lancashire was strengthened with construction work carried out by BAM Ritchies.

BAM Ritchies: Earlswood Embankment, Huyton

BAM Ritchies Concrete Techniques division undertook the complex works on the electrification of the main Liverpool to Manchester Victoria rail line.

Shotcrete Services: Milton Keynes

Shotcrete Services was employed to install a 125mm thick reinforced concrete slab over a consolidated sub-base underneath a road bridge in Milton Keynes.

Shotcrete Services: Blackhall Rocks Bridge, Hartlepool

The project required the strengthening of an existing masonry railway arch with a new reinforced concrete liner sprayed insitu.

Shotcrete Services: Bridgewater, West Quay

This project by Shorcrete Services at Bridgewater, West Quay, involved the stabilisation of the carriageway which was washing away with each tide.

BAM Ritchies: Scourie Pier Refurbishment

Scourie Pier was closed to the public due to its unsafe condition and BAM Ritchies were recruited to repair the structure.

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