Reams of scaffolding, dozens of builders in fluorescent bibs, the persistent din of construction. It reads like a memory of those heady Celtic Tiger days when house-building seemed to be a national hobby. And for the country as a whole, building work on such a large scale is a thing of the past — a relic of a different age. But there is one part of Ireland where residential construction is enjoying a boom. Welcome to Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary.