Scotland's training facilities are at "another level" following the move to Lesser Hampden from "safety hazard" Oriam, says coach John Carver.
Scotland had been using the national performance centre at Riccarton on the outskirts of Edinburgh since 2016.
Hearts and the Scotland rugby team also train at Oriam.
"With all due respect to Oriam, the surface was a safety hazard in my eyes. Now we have gone to this place and it's on another level," said Carver.
"We haven't had one player slip on this surface this morning."
Manager Steve Clarke had earlier flagged an issue with accommodation at Oriam as Scotland prepare to meet Cyprus and Spain in the opening matches of the Euro 2024 qualifiers.