Processing routes for fabrication of continuous fiber, intermetallic-matrix composites are reviewed. These methods include conventional and isostatic hot pressing of layups of matrix material (e.g. foil or powder cloth) and fiber mats; consolidation of monotapes made by techniques such as arc, plasma, vapor, or electron beam deposition or tape casting; and liquid metal infiltration-base methods. The advantages and disadvantages of the various methods are discussed. Particular attention is focussed on HIP consolidation via foil-fiber-foil techniques. Process modeling techniques to assess the effects of pressure, temperature, and time on consolidation behavior are described. By this means, maps to delineate the interaction of process variables in such methods can be developed and applied for process optimization.