Shotcrete is a placement method for concrete. We have shot a wide variety of concrete mixtures from lightweight to heavyweight to the use of alternative cements. Reviewing ACI 304.3R-96, “Heavyweight Concrete: Measuring, Mixing, Transporting, and Placing,” the key to producing heavyweight concrete is the aggregates used. The document also mentions that more cement paste is needed in heavyweight concrete and that helps to increase pumpability, which is important to use with shotcrete placement. Shotcrete will allow you to minimize or eliminate formwork, so it may have benefits of reducing cost and time for construction. Wet-mix shotcrete generally has a low water-cementitious materials ratio (w/cm) of 0.38 to 0.45. Dry-mix shotcrete tends to be even lower with a 0.35 to 0.40 w/cm. Shotcrete materials achieve this using high-range water-reducing admixtures. As concrete hydrates and gains strength, the available free water in the concrete is consumed, and so may be less of a problem for shielding. Reviewing the 304.3R document, it appears reaching the 3.2 g/cc density is fairly easy, and even higher densities may be achievable. You may want to review the ACI 304.3R document, as it provides a good background of heavyweight concrete mixture design and use.