Rockfall Gallery Mingèr

Martina (Graubunden), Switzerland

Reduction of stripping time by 50 % due to real-time monitoring

The 240 m long gallery Mingèr in Switzerland has been built to protect the main traffic route in the Engadine high valley from rockfall events. Due to the need to speed up construction time, our client decided to use #Concremote to monitor early age compressive strength. By using Concremote cable sensors, our customer was able to reduce stripping time by half and construction could be completed five weeks earlier than expected.


  • Completion of site work before winter time
  • No experience with Concremote by the Graubunden Civil Engineering Office

Customer requirements:

  • Reduction of the required 2 weeks stripping time to 1 week in order to complete site work before winter time
  • Close cooperation with the Graubunden Civil Engineering Office

Concremote solution:

  • Calibration of the concrete mix
  • Concremote sensors for measuring compressive strength development in the tunnel slab

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Time savings

Reduction of stripping time by 50 %, which lead to five weeks earlier completion

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Cost reduction

Cost savings of 40.000 CHF due to earlier completion

Project data

Year of completion
Period of Concremote use
04|2022 - 10|2022
Zip/Postal Code
Bezzola Denoth AG

Building data

Type of construction
Avalanche and rockfall gallery


Used Concremote Hardware:
2 pcs. calibration boxes, 4 pcs. cable sensors 2.0, measuring cables with 3 measuring points
Concrete mixes in use:
Number of measurements:

Stefan Scheuchelbauer

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