Great family/work balance.
Pros: great work/life balance.
Cons: management does not try to keep employees.
Great place to learn and start an apprenticeship. You learn a ton of information that I hear you wont learn up in camps ect. I've learned pretty much all essential skills of a Journeyman and it's all just practice, practice, practice.
Management is all politics as normal, and expect more out of everybody than what can be done, as usual. Provide best quality and quantity as possible.
Hardest part of the job is management would put you on one job one day, then swap you to another the next. If you make a mistake you never got to fix it, therefore never learn how to fix.
Most enjoyable part of the job are the four days on, three off. With possible OT if you want it.