Not Jim, but I structured my training to 2 gym days/week due busy schedule/becoming a dad/work/social life etc...
My basic template is Squat/Bench/Rows & DL/Press/Weighted Chins.
Since doing 2 big lifts/day sessions tend to be pretty long so I have committed to do all my other assistance at home during the week, aiming for X-amount of reps/week/exercise. If I have time for extra day to go to gym, I would still do pretty much same shit that I would do if was training at home.
So I do following stuff whenever I find time: Dips, Push Ups, Chins, Inv. Rows, Band Pull Aparts, Ab Work, lunges, split squats, supermans.... all pretty low stress bodyweight assistance which can be loaded off course, but the idea is just to get shit done without killing myself and fuck up my main lifts.
For lifting I just follow any 5 cycle program and take the most out of those days I can hit the gym. I do agile 8 daily and before I do anything. For condititioning I have found that 1600m/1-mile run fits nicely to busy schedule and is pretty easy to recover from (even if have to squat next day).
Hope this helps.