Construction engineering managers participate in a multifaceted process riddled with technical and social pressures. According to the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), engineering management programs must prepare graduates to understand the relationships between planning, organizing, leading, and controlling (ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission 2010). Overall, these four tasks facilitate the structuring and execution of work. In this manner, scheduling is an important process that network tasks in order to communicate what should happen in the future.