Eagle Specialties provides our contractors peace of mind and confidence in knowing they’ve chosen the right partner for their project through our accountability, accuracy, accessibility and authenticity. We help save time and resources by being available 24 hours a day/7 days a week. We know working on a job site is not a 9-5 endeavor, so we remain accessible to help provide solutions when you need them most, rather than waiting for someone to get back to you at some point.
ACDBE (Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise)/DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) through Wayne County Human Rights Division
CBE (County Based Enterprise)/EBE (Expanding Business Enterprise)/SBE (Small Business Enterprise)/TGCE (Targeted Growth Community Enterprise) through Wayne County Human Rights Division
DHB (Detroit Headquartered Business)/DSB (Detroit Small Business)/MBE (Minority-Owned Business Enterprise)/WBE (Women-Owned Business Enterprise) through City of Detroit Civil Rights, Inclusion & Opportunity Office
WBE/WOSB via WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council – Great Lakes Women’s Business Council)
MBE via NMSDC (Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council)
SBE (Small Business Enterprise) through Wayne County Airport Authority
100% minority owned (85% Native American; 15% Asian)
2016 – MMSDC – Supplier of the Year ACE Award – Class 1 MBE Nominee
2017 – NAWIC Detroit Chapter – Distinguished New Constructor
2018 – NAWIC Detroit Chapter – President’s Choice
2019 — NAWBO Great Detroit Chapter – Diversity Champion Business Owner Award
SBA Emerging Leaders Alum
Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth – Building a High-Performing Business Alum
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Alum
NAWIC New Constructor Spotlight
By providing commercial construction specialty items and accurate, accountable, accessible and authentic service we help build our community.
Taryn Sulkes is a Native American woman business owner. Born into the construction industry, Taryn fondly remembers going on trips to the ‘big city’ where her father used to pick up materials for his window and door business in Pinckney, Michigan. Now a business owner in her own right, Taryn is proud to call that ‘big city’ of Detroit home to the company she has put her heart and soul into since 2014.
Taryn serves on the Board of Directors for the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council. She is past board member and former Recording Secretary of the National Association of Women in Construction Detroit Chapter. She volunteers with the Great Lakes Women’s Business Council and has volunteered with The Build Initiative’s Project: Accelerate! in 2017 & 2018. Taryn believes in what former first lady Michelle Obama has said “When you’ve worked hard, and done well, and walked through that doorway of opportunity, you do not slam it shut behind you. You reach back, and give other folks the same chances that helped you succeed.” It is through this belief that Taryn often lends advice and a helping hand to other small business owners.