UL designs are typically for the hourly fire proofing ratings on structural steel members such as I-beams, wide flange beams, and vessel skirts. The beams and columns are tested for specific fireproofing products, beam sizes, and configurations. The thickness of the steel and other considerations factor in the evaluation; therefore, there is no blanket UL design number that you can use for steel plate. You can get guidance on the cover needed for different fire ratings in ACI 216.1-97/TMS 0216.1-97, “Standard Method for Determining Fire Resistance of Concrete and Masonry, Construction Assemblies.”
Remember that shotcrete is a process for applying concrete. You may also consider looking for a similar concrete UL design and submit it for consideration. Applying the shotcrete at a greater thickness to compensate for any variances should be proposed and presented to engineer or the owner for consideration.