Pros: close teamwork, at least within my region.
Cons: time away from home. higher paying competitors.
KI, doesn't throw money around. In fact, you could call them cheap. What you will get are the critical essentials needed to do your job and relative security of you go out and do the work. Because KI doesn't throw much money at problems, it can take a lot of self motivation and creativity to make projects come together.
The installation Supervisor position does involve a lot of travel. Make sure you are OK with that because it has to work with your personal and home life. Salary and benefits are middle of the road.