In 1993, The Roybal Corporation designed a new elementary school as a replacement for the aging Westwood Elementary School in the Westwood neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. The new facility, named Richard T. Castro Elementary, provides a modern learning environment for children from kindergarten to fifth grade. The new structure features a “Great Hall”, a high volume skylighted corridor that provides easy circulation and orientation to students and visitors of the facility. In 1999, the Denver Public School District selected the Roybal Corporation to design two additions to Castro Elementary totaling more than 15,000 S.F. The additional space now houses several new kindergarten and early childhood education programs as well as specially designed classrooms for the instruction of hearing impaired children.