Two weeks ago, developers and engineers at the South Peak development said the retaining wall would be fixed.

Two weeks later, it's finished.

Construction crews patched the wall up, now all that's left to do is clean up the debris below the site.

The wall collapsed because of a burst pipe beneath the mountain.  A buildup of water from that pipe against the wall forced the bricks down the mountain.

Crews on the hill are in the process of looking at all the drainage pipes under the mountain to make sure a similar situation doesn't happen again.