George G Lance


Bachelor of Architecture, University of Arizona, 1982

Registered Architect, State of Arizona, 1986

NCARB Certified, 1987


Registered Architect: Arizona, Colorado, & Washington


George Lance, an Arizona native, received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona. George has a broad experience working for award winning Arizona firms on projects throughout the country such as; Marana School District, Decker Companies, Contra Vest Inc., Tucson Medical Center Health Enterprises, The Estes Co. and Berry & Boyle Development Partners. George is a registered architect in Arizona and is also certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

Cade Somers

A.I.T. | Designer

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Arizona, 2015



Originally from Lake Havasu City, Cade came to Tucson to study Architecture at the University of Arizona. During his education he cultivated his design talent while gaining a deeper love for the desert. Cade began at L2 Architects in his capstone year of university, 2014. Now pursuing licensure, he performs many different roles within the firm. Knowledge of current software and his fresh design perspective has been a great addition.

Michael Livieratos

Project Manager

Pima Community College, BIM 2013-2014

Pima Community College, Pre Engineering 2000


Michael Livieratos, a traditionally trained draftsman, retrained in BIM with specialized experience including structural, electrical, commercial renovations, and residential engineering. With over 20 years background in highly specialized technical environments, including geophysical and neurophysiology. Mike has worked in the structural engineering/architectural field for 11 years where he developed expertise with large-scale steel and concrete, framing, stud construction, and specialized steel design. Some of his large-scale projects include the St. Mary's OMB building, La Paloma Family Services building, Northern Arizona University's Physical Plant Upgrade, and the UA Telescope Platform system.

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