I knew a guy like you but insert construction work for moving furniture. He told me he ate ten hard boiled eggs a day on top of eating what other people would consider normal meat consumption. He was in great shape, BTW.
My advice for you would be to consider your job to be your volume and cardio work and focus on heavy sets with long rest periods. That way you've stimulated your muscles and nervous system without wearing them out before going to work. If you over do it at the gym, your body will have the wrong biochemical reactions. Your life already has enough hypertrophy.
And since you want to work out every day, you want to keep your different days for different muscles spread out, so you could do 8 sets of three reps. If Mondays and Thursdays are your "pressing days" (for example), 8 sets of three reps on the bench would take about a half an hour, assuming my own rest periods. Then you do some shoulders and triceps and your hour is done. Then Tuesdays and Fridays are your back and biceps, and your Wednesdays and Saturdays are your legs.