NOTICE OF NIGHTTIME WORKS January 18 to February 29, 2016: A Construction Update from Pacific Coast Terminals Construction of the potash terminal continues at Pacific Coast Terminals. Most evident thus far has been the assembly of the potash storage warehouse. We have now arrived at the critical phase to extend the rail bed between the terminal and Reed Point Marina. This will accommodate an additional set of tracks (“Y-Track”) which will be installed to enable orderly movement of empty rail cars from the potash unloading facility. Construction will involve the selective removal of vegetation and trees, selective removal of existing retaining structures and assorted debris. This will be then be followed by its replacement with carefully placed aggregate and / or lock blocks. Construction and related equipment being used include: articulating trucks, excavators, bulldozer, plate tamper, light towers and generators. The work area can be seen below.