Some thoughts from our initial conversation, in no particular order:
1) There will be a heavy amount of loading followed by a period of unloading/deloading. For this to work the loading periods need to be severe.
2) The lifts and their variations will form the bulk of the workload, rather than assistance exercises.
3) Rep schemes will typically involved multiple sets of low reps.
4) Exercises will be limited to 2 main exercises per day.
5) Partials from various heights will be the main form of assistance.
6) Squat/Dead variations are to be done 3 times a week usually on the same day. Benching to be done 2-3 times.