This paper aims to present a methodology for use in construction planning named the Repetitive Scheduling Method (RSM). Students on a graduate level construction management program can learn how to create a RSM schedule to be applied to a real project. Typically, the Critical Path Method (CPM) is used to plan general construction projects. This paper presents a case study wherein a CPM diagram is transformed into a RSM schedule for use in the construction of a green condominium. RSM is the most suitable tool for planning repetitive projects like condominium buildings, apartment complexes, or real estate development projects. It utilizes an uninterrupted flow of resource concept in order to eliminate manpower-related resource wastage. As a result, construction productivity can be improved by using the right construction planning tool on the right project. Interested graduate students researching construction engineering can apply RSM on their repetitive projects in the future.