CDOT contracted with a leading geotechnical construction company to install 260 high capacity concrete block anchors to tie back the active landslide and stabilize the slope. Once the slope was secure a few more construction elements were necessary to safely support I-70 and protect US 6. This work included a reticulated micropile wall drilled under I-70, a 6,000 SF mechanically-stabilized earth (MSE) wall, and replacement of the lower retaining structure along US 6 called a bin wall. This new bin wall was backfilled with pervious cellular lightweight concrete produced using the AQUAERiX foaming agent. Approximately 25 cubic yards of 35 pcf pervious cellular concrete was placed behind the new bin wall retaining structure.