This is a great application for shotcrete placement of high-quality concrete without formwork. If you are merely adding shotcrete to fill out to a uniform surface profile without any structural requirements you may not need reinforcement. However, it may still be advisable to include fibers in the shotcrete mixture to help control plastic shrinkage cracking. Generally, you would want to keep a minimum thickness of 1 in. (25 mm) to provide enough thickness for finishing. If you need the shotcreted sections to be self-supporting and carry loads as structural concrete, you should consult with a structural engineer to determine the appropriate thickness and reinforcement for the expected loads. Shotcrete is a placement method for concrete, so standard reinforced concrete design is appropriate for shotcreted sections.