It's an okay place to work
I was with Bardi for 2 years and during my time there, a typical day started at 7 am. I would get my work orders usually that morning and would head out to the job site to get started. I really did not learn much as they did not offer a training program. The management was just okay. The culture of the workplace had a high turnover rate and they tend to use the good old boy system. The hardest part of the job was no support through management or team, and they would send you on calls one couldn't possibly do by themselves. The most enjoyable part of the job was the company picnics.