Kum & Go LC is seeking $9 million in state tax credits and $13.4 million in tax increment financing from the city of Des Moines to build a $92 million headquarters building in the Western Gateway, according to a report from the Iowa Economic Development Authority. The IEDA will take up the convenience store giant's request for state assistance when its board meets Friday. Kum & Go is outgrowing a West Des Moines building it currently leases from a private investment group. The company plans a 120,000-square-foot base of operations along Grand Avenue, just west of the Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield corporate campus. Kum & Go's parent company, Krause Holdings Inc., filed the request. The company anticipates spending $45 million to construct its headquarters, $15 million to build a parking facility and $20 million to acquire land. Kum & Go would provide $6 million in cash and working capital and an additional $23.5 million in equity. It also would utilize a $62.5 million loan from JPMorgan Chase & Co., according to the state report.