In order to optimise the construction process, the use of new and advanced technologies is necessary. One of these technologies is the real time in-place concrete maturity method Concremote. This method makes it possible to measure the temperature and compressive strength development in the young concrete in real time by sensors who are mounted on or in the component. An accurate determination of the stripping time is made possible due to that method. In addition, data measurement is documented automatically on an online server. Therefore, people involved in the construction process have direct access to information about the temperature and strength development in the concrete. The intention of this master thesis, which was created in cooperation with the Doka GmbH, was to compare the use of the real time in-place concrete maturity method with the conventional crushing test, as well as with the temperature measurement of concrete in the construction of a tunnel final lining. Based on notional model projects both methods were assessed concerning certain criteria, which were construction costs and time, time effort for concrete monitoring, quality and management of test data. Data basis for the notional model projects were constructed tunnels, where the real time in-place concrete maturity method was used and partly the conventional concrete monitoring methods were additionally applied. The evaluation of the model projects showed, that the construction time could not be shortened with a different concrete monitoring. This is due to the fact, that cycle time are mostly depending on work related to reinforcement. The model projects only differed in the costs of construction concerning the costs for the concrete monitoring itself. These costs solely represent <1% of the total construction costs for a final lining. Comparing the financial effort for the different concrete monitoring systems, a decrease of 40% could be shown with the real time in-place concrete maturity method Concremote. In addition, the time effort to perform the component testing is smaller using Concremote. The automatic and digital documentation of data, as well as their fast and easy accessibility constitute a real advantage both for builder and building company. The research question, whether the use of real time in-place concrete maturity method Concremote constitutes a win/win situation both for builder and building company, is to be answered with -Yes-.