140,000 square feet of dry-mix shotcrete was placed on cooling Tower I & Tower II at the St. Johns River Power Park. The surface to be shot was first prepped by hydroblasting. Next, reinforcing steel was re-installed and replaced on the towers. Then a layer of shotcrete was placed to cover the reinforcing steel. Then CGCC installed zinc anode mesh for cathodic protection and connected it electrically to the reinforcing steel. Finally this mesh was encased in a finishing layer of shotcrete. The shotcrete on this project was principally site batched with some pre-bagged material.