BAM Shotcrete

New Mexico Shotcrete Contractor

Providing Quality Shotcrete Services

Commercial & Residential Shotcrete Installation

BAM Shotcrete is a licensed shotcrete contractor in New Mexico with 45+ years of industry leading experience in residential and commercial construction.

Swimming pools, custom water features, architectural features, foundation repairs, structural shotcrete, retaining walls, canals, vertical walls, soil nail walls, skateparks, and pump tracks are just a few of the residential and commercial shotcrete projects we’ve worked on.

No matter what your New Mexico shotcrete needs are, our ACI-certified shotcrete applicators will complete the job on time and at the most economical value.

Looking for a shotcrete estimate in New Mexico? Contact BAM Shotcrete today by calling (623) 208-2912 or request an online estimate.

Common Types of Shotcrete Applications

We also offer the ability to provide excavation services, rebar installation services, and private mobile batch plant operations used for remote access locations for both commercial and residential projects as needed.

Shotcrete certifications

Recent Shotcrete Projects

Why Choose BAM Shotcrete Inc.


45 Years Of Experience

Over 45 years of industry leading experience in the residential and commercial construction industries.


Licensed, Insured, Bonded

We are licensed, insured, and bonded for your protection and peace of mind. Arizona ROC# 306918

Competitive Pricing

We offer upfront pricing with no additional hidden cost or fees. Transparency is a core value we uphold.


Satisfaction Guaranteed

Rest assured that your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed with our one year warranty on all projects.

Professional and Friendly

Our professional and friendly team is ready to help turn your visions and dreams into reality.

Same Day Free Quotes

After gathering some information, we will provide you with a free, same day quote for your project.

Shotcrete Questions & Answers

Shotcrete is a specialized form of concrete that is projected at high velocity onto a surface. Unlike traditional concrete, which is poured into molds, shotcrete is sprayed, allowing it to adhere to various surfaces and shapes, including vertical or overhead areas. This application method makes shotcrete highly versatile for complex structures. It offers excellent bonding capabilities, rapid application, and requires less formwork.

Shotcrete is used for a variety of applications, such as tunnel linings, retaining walls, and swimming pools. Its unique properties include improved strength and durability due to the compaction effect during the spraying process.

The curing time for shotcrete can vary, but typically it sets within a few hours and reaches 70-80% of its full strength within 7 days. For optimal curing, maintaining appropriate moisture and temperature is crucial. Shotcrete should be kept moist for a minimum of 7 days by using wet coverings or mist spraying. The ideal temperature range for curing is between 50°F and 70°F. Extreme temperatures can negatively affect the curing process; in cold weather, insulated blankets or heaters might be used, while in hot conditions, the surface can be shaded and continuously misted to prevent rapid drying.

Yes, shotcrete is highly adaptable and can be used for both structural and non-structural applications. Structurally, it's often used for building foundations, retaining walls, and tunnel linings, where its strength and durability are essential. For non-structural applications, shotcrete is popular in creating landscape features, swimming pools, and artistic sculptures. Its ability to be sprayed onto any shape or surface makes it ideal for complex forms and designs. Regardless of the application, the key is in the proper mix design, application technique, and curing process, which ensure the shotcrete performs as intended for its specific use.

Shotcrete offers several advantages over traditional concrete methods. Firstly, its application process is faster since it's pneumatically sprayed onto a surface, allowing for quicker project completion. Secondly, shotcrete conforms to any shape or structure, making it ideal for complex or irregular designs. Its application technique ensures better bonding to the substrate and dense compaction, leading to enhanced structural strength and durability. Shotcrete also requires less formwork, reducing material and labor costs. Additionally, it can be applied in constrained spaces where traditional concrete pouring is challenging.

These benefits make shotcrete a cost-effective and versatile solution for a wide range of construction projects.

Several factors influence the cost of a shotcrete project. The complexity and size of the project are significant determinants; intricate designs or large areas require more time and material, increasing costs. Accessibility of the site also plays a role; difficult-to-reach areas might necessitate specialized equipment or techniques. The quality and type of materials used, such as additives to enhance strength or weather resistance, can also affect the price. Labor costs vary depending on the skill level required and the project's location. Finally, preparation work, such as creating frameworks or surface preparation, and post-application finishes, can also contribute to the overall cost.

Accurate cost estimation requires considering all these factors in relation to the specific requirements of the project.

Shotcrete Estimate in New Mexico

Looking for a New Mexico shotcrete contractor for your project? Contact BAM Shotcrete at (623) 208-2912 for a free same-day estimate. We are ready to help you make your project a success! We serve all of New Mexico including Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Roswell, Farmington, Clovis, Hobbs, South Valley, Alamogordo, Carlsbad, and more. 

We serve all cities in New Mexico, including Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Roswell, Farmington, Clovis, Hobbs, Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Gallup, Los Lunas, Deming, Los Alamos, Las Vegas, Taos, Bernalillo, Socorro, Grants, Corrales, Belen, Raton, Aztec, Truth or Consequences, Bloomfield, Shiprock, Kirtland, Ruidoso, Silver City, Espanola
We serve all zip codes in New Mexico, including 87121, 87114, 87120, 87111, 87144, 87112, 87109, 87123, 87124, 87108, 87122, 87110, 87107, 87102, 87113, 87106, 87105, 87104, 88011, 88012, 88001, 88005, 88007, 88310, 88203, 88201, 88240, 88220, 87401, 87402, 87413, 87505, 87507, 87501, 87031, 87002, 87048, 87508, 87059, 87116, 87532, 87544, 88021, 88063, 88101, 88210, 88081, 88030, 88352, 88345
We serve all counties in New Mexico, including Bernalillo County, Doña Ana County, Santa Fe County, Sandoval County, San Juan County, Valencia County, Lea County, McKinley County, Otero County, Chaves County, Eddy County, Curry County, Rio Arriba County, Taos County, Grant County, San Miguel County, Cibola County, Luna County, Lincoln County, Los Alamos County
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