In the field of civil and environmental technology it gets more and more important to guarantee a constant level of quality and health & safety. Therefore, a lot of production and environment related data are being collected on construction sites. In order to be able to develop practicable data monitoring systems, it is necessary to understand the functionality of currently used sys-tems. An overview of missing elements, required by all parties involved in the construction process (client, constructor, designer), is part of the analysis. This Master Thesis deals with these two topics und explains how data is currently collected, analysed, stored and transmitted to a global database during the production process of jet grouting elements. The Thesis mainly focuses on the analysis of currently used systems in German-speaking countries. This includes on the one hand the main elements of functionality, and on the other hand the degree of digitalization.^ ^Based on this analysis of the status quo, all parties involved in the construction process were asked to define their requirements for modern data monitoring systems. From that, potentials for the improvement of these systems have been defined. Among other things those potentials include a better network of measurement instruments and devices, which facilitate the data management and therefore allow a fully au-tomatic data management. A number of interviews with experts from all parties in the field of ground engineering repre-sents the basis of this research paper. Due to these interviews and the evaluation of subjective assessments of all experts, a good understanding about experiences made so far, improve-ment opportunities of current systems as well as quality criterions can be achieved.^ Due to current forms of approaches and existing problems in data management, potentials for im-provements of the data management as well as for currently used systems for data monitoring can be defined. For this reason, an “ideal dataflow” starting from recording the data until the data is transmitted to a global database has been designed. Currently used systems in the field of quality and production process related data management connected to jet grouting still offer room for improvement. Therefore, the outcome of this Mas-ter Thesis can be used as a starting point for the development of interlinked data management systems in this area.