|Posted by yokes|
If you have binoculars, see if there are any cameras around (during the day). Park somewhere inconspicuous at night and wait and watch for an hour or two. Do you see any movement? Any lights turning on and off? If no, hop the fence and walk around. Maybe pull on some doors. See what happens.
This too.* If you go in during your scouting, try the doors.
*yokes you beat me to the post
You posted as I was writing my post below...
Try the direct approach if they're doing a lot of work inside. Talk to the construction company super and express interest in the center and ask he'll let you nail some interior shots.
If the gates and a door are open in the day, just walk in and start shooting, see how long you last.
Scout it out early Sunday morning. However if the gate is locked that may put you in a jam if you breached it and are caught inside. It's possible it has a security system on the outside as well. Smartcam networks for high dollar private business were being used by 2006.
Expect an alarm system and probably video surveillance which may or may not be online.