Repair work at Ross's Landing is slowly, but surely taking shape.
It comes with an $8 million dollar price tag.
A lawsuit filed by the city against the River City Company has been thrown out, so, the city will be footing the bill.
The first order of business is fixing the waterfront's hard edge.
We're talking about hairline cracks and structural damage.
One city council member we spoke with says the finished product will be worth the wait.
Manny Rico, a Chattanooga City Councilman, says, "A lot of engineering cost there and most of it, so that's just you know the tip of what it's going to cost us to fix it, but it has to be fixed."
We are told the city will work around popular events like Riverbend and Head of the Hooch.