A $24 million new building project at the Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide is adding three new floors on top of the Gilbert Building for facilities to improve care of sick children, manage life threatening and chronic diseases and equip the hospital's researchers with the best possible facilities. Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) Principal Structural Engineer Infrastructure and Minerals, Dr Gregg Klopp said the main significance of the project is in providing three new floor levels (two newly constructed) without interrupting the performance of the hospital on a site that has very limited space for expansion. It was necessary to change to a steelwork solution to reduce the weight of the structure in order to accommodate two extra levels, especially with respect to seismic loads. In: steel Australia, vol. 24, no. 2, Jun 2011.