BAM Shotcrete

Wyoming Shotcrete Contractor

Providing Quality Shotcrete Services

Commercial & Residential Shotcrete Installation

BAM Shotcrete is a professional shotcrete contractor in Wyoming 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 Wyoming shotcrete needs are, our ACI-certified shotcrete applicators will complete the job on time and at the best price.

Looking for a shotcrete estimate in Wyoming? 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.


DBE & ACI Certified

We are a DBE Certified Company and employ ACI Certified Nozzleman for shotcrete projects.

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 form of concrete that is pneumatically projected at high velocity onto a surface. Unlike traditional concrete that is poured into molds and cured, shotcrete is sprayed, allowing it to conform to complex shapes and surfaces. This method not only allows for a more versatile application but also improves the bonding strength to the existing surface. The key difference lies in the application process; while both use similar ingredients, shotcrete's unique application method enables it to be used in situations where traditional concrete would be impractical.

The main advantages of shotcrete include its high speed of application, versatility, and the ability to adhere to complex shapes and surfaces. This method reduces the need for formwork, significantly lowering material and labor costs. Shotcrete's compactness and reduced water content result in a dense, durable structure with excellent strength and resistance to weathering and impacts. Its rapid setting time also allows for quicker project completion times, making it an ideal choice for time-sensitive and budget-conscious projects.
There are two primary methods of applying shotcrete: dry mix and wet mix. In the dry mix process, also known as the gunite process, dry material is placed into a hopper and then pneumatically projected through a hose to the nozzle, where water is added at the point of application. The wet mix process involves pre-mixing both the water and the dry materials before pumping them through the hose to the nozzle, where the mixture is then sprayed onto the surface. Each method has its advantages, with the dry mix allowing more control over the water content and the wet mix typically providing a more consistent mixture.

Ensuring the quality of shotcrete applications involves several key practices. Firstly, selecting the right mix design based on the specific project requirements is crucial. Proper training and certification of nozzle operators ensure that the material is applied with the correct technique and velocity. Consistent testing of the shotcrete mix for slump, air content, and strength, both before and after application, helps in maintaining quality.

Using the right type of reinforcement and ensuring that the surface is properly prepared before application are essential steps in achieving a durable and high-quality shotcrete structure.

Absolutely, shotcrete is particularly well-suited for underground construction projects. Its ability to conform to irregular shapes makes it ideal for stabilizing tunnel walls, creating seamless linings, and reinforcing existing structures without the need for conventional molds or formwork. Shotcrete's rapid application and setting times facilitate the quick stabilization of excavated areas, enhancing worker safety and reducing the risk of collapses. Its durability and strength also ensure the long-term integrity of underground constructions, making it a preferred choice for subterranean projects worldwide.

Shotcrete Estimate in Wyoming

Looking for a Wyoming shotcrete contractor for your project? Contact BAM Shotcrete at (623) 208-2912 for a free same-day shotcrete estimate. We are ready to help you make your project a success!

We serve all of Wyoming, including Cheyenne, Casper, Gillette, Laramie, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Evanston, Green River, Jackson, Riverton, Cody, Rawlins, Lander, Powell, Douglas, Torrington, Ranchettes, and more.

We serve all cities in Wyoming, including Cheyenne, Casper, Gillette, Laramie, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Evanston, Green River, Jackson, Riverton, Cody, Rawlins, Lander, Powell, Douglas, Torrington, Ranchettes, and more
We serve all zip codes in Wyoming, including 82001, 82009, 82901, 82604, 82601, 82801, 82718, 82007, 82070, 82501, 82609, 82716, 83001, 82072, 82414, 82520, 82435, 82935, 82240, 82633, 82301, and more
We serve all counties in Wyoming, including Laramie County, Natrona County, Campbell County, Sweetwater County, Fremont County, Albany County, Sheridan County, Park County, Teton County, Uinta County, and more
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