I'm not very knowledgeable about this stuff, so this is just a stab in the dark based on some gfortran - Lapack compatibility issues that I had in the past. If not using gfortran on Linux, you may wish to specify details of the installation like Windows/Linux/etc., the compiler and platform parts of the options.mk file for your build.
Assuming you are using gfortran and some default LAPACK on Linux:
Can't say about the specific issue you're facing, but if you're using a gfortran compiler, that may be a source of incompatibility between LAPACK and modern versions of the gfortran compiler. As I understand it, these issues stem come from the C-Fortran interfacing that wasn't standardized when LAPACK was written but was introduced later. The problem I faced was for some eigenvalue solvers, I'm not sure if that extends into issues with SVD. I *think* the Reference LAPACK people are working on this, but it hadn't been fully fixed the last I checked.
Using OpenBLAS and the other options supplied for the PLATFORM=openblas in the comments of the options.mk file for my LAPACK solver has worked well for my Linux machine (running Fedora which comes with a modern gfortran compiler and LAPACK & OpenBLAS installed by default). I did have to adjust the path to the OpenBLAS, but that's reasonably quick to fix.
Other workarounds are to use a different gfortran compiler, but when I had done that in the past, it was a headache to get everything to build and run without error. Switching over to openblas and the -DHAVE_LAPACK_CONFIG_H etc in the make file was a much faster fix for the problem I had before.
Not sure if it'll circumvent your issue, but if you can copy or ITensor into your favorite compressed file and already have those options installed, it was relatively fast to remake and test for me.
P.S. Even for OpenBLAS is appeared to have a problem with gesdd at some point, but was fixed at least back by the start of 2021: https://github.com/xianyi/OpenBLAS/issues/3044
So, Openblas should be good to go for this particular routine.