Coil anodized aluminum for perforated aluminum projects in architectural and construction applications provides functionality, durability, and aesthetics. The material can be installed with standard electric hand tools such as drills, impact guns, and levels. Once sized for installation, most panels are light enough to install without a crane, lowering installation costs and risks. The aluminum is anodized after it has been perforated, protecting the inside edges of perforations and ensuring that color is consistent throughout. Percentage of openness can be user specified, meeting a wide range of functional and aesthetic needs. Unlike painted or coated products, the material is said to not chip, flake, or peel, and will not oxidize like other metals.