Wet-mix shotcrete is a mixture of cement, aggregates, and water that may contain admixtures, which is hydraulicallypumped to the nozzle where compressed air is added to provide high velocity for placement and consolidation of the material on the receiving surface. The purpose of this article is to illustrate the uses of wet-mix shotcrete for small (repair), medium, and large output applications. There are several factors that dictate good wet-mix shotcrete practices: the right concrete pump for the job; a suitable mix design; the right nozzle (for the best material velocity); the distance the material has to be pumped; crew experience; good nozzling technique; and implementation of proper safety precautions for the pump and the hoses, including the clamps; and the overall safety of the workers.