After three days of testimony, a judge will now take all the evidence into account in the Capital Pointe site.
The City of Regina wants to backfill the empty hole at Albert and Victoria, citing structural safety.
Meanwhile, Westgate, the company that wants to build there, says there’s nothing wrong with the site itself.
Structural and geotechnical engineers testified at the hearing at the Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Board.
The original project was supposed to be complete in 2012.