Economic experts are predicting that the Irish Construction Sector will grow by double digits in 2016.
John O'Regan from the Consultancy firm Aecom says this growth will be worth around €15bn in the coming year, to the Irish economy.
He does not believe this will trigger another boom bust cycle and says we are just playing catch-up in terms of demand.
Mr O'Regan said: "The important point is that construction output, even in 2016, will probably only be around €15bn. And what that compares with is a level of output that you would expect in a mature economy like Ireland to be around €20bn.
"So in terms of the overall level of output, we are certainly not producing too much in the way of construction."