Beam deepening is a structural modification process used to increase the load-bearing capacity of existing beams in a building or structure. This technique is employed when the existing beams are unable to adequately support the required loads or when structural upgrades are necessary. Beam deepening involves extending the depth or height of the existing beams by adding additional material to enhance their strength and stiffness. This can be achieved by attaching steel plates or reinforcing bars to the bottom or sides of the beams, effectively increasing their cross-sectional area and load-carrying capacity. The added material is securely connected to the existing beam to ensure a strong and reliable bond. Beam deepening not only improves the structural performance of the beams but also helps redistribute the load more efficiently, reducing stress concentrations and enhancing the overall stability of the building. By undertaking beam deepening, structures can be reinforced and retrofitted to meet increased load demands or address structural deficiencies, ensuring their continued safety and functionality.