Shotcrete Reborn
& William Drakeley     The years after the Second World War were times of opportunity and awkwardness in the shotcrete business.   From 1920 until the early 1950s, the Cement Gun Co. owned the trademark to "gunite" and established an aggressive licensing/franchising system to maintain as much control as it could over the process and profit from it to the greatest possible degree.  By 1952, however - and apparently with